What are some techniques that you use in wet, damp, or lush grass to avoid clumps, windrows, or basically a less than ideal look to the lawn. I know that cutting a second time at say a higher level can help break up clumps, clippings, etc. All these company's coming out with the new decks mainly for this reason and most are having only marginal luck. Lets talk about blade lift, rpm's, cutting height, etc for the average mower that helps in these conditions. My Lazer has so much lift that I often cut wet grass at partial throttle and it does a pretty good job. Using a medium lift blade during wet conditions instead of the notched high lifts may give the same result. I've been having pretty good luck just mowing at normal height and then hitting it again at 1/2" higher. I know alot of you are going to say you mow 2 ft tall wet grass and never have clippings (I'm not talking to you) so I'm interested in talking to those that mow relatively tall 6-8" wet, lush grass and have some problems with clippings or small clumps.