No， I want to look for a woman who is taller than me.
The main dynamic of meeting people and falling in love remains the same regardless of your height, weight, hair color, etc.
More contacts = more opportunities.
Let's examine two famous people for recognition's sake, and pretend they're not famous: (Danny DeVito stands at 5 foot nothing) and super-stud Brad Pitt who stands a foot taller. Is it safe to say the Brad Pitt look-alike will score more dates? All other things being equal; of course. But let's break it down to numbers.
Let's say Danny DeVito has to approach 50 ladies before he finds one that gives him an honest shot (I doubt it's that high for anyone clean, nice and presentable, but this is for example's sake). How many could Brad Pitt have to talk to? Let's go with 5.
Obviously, ladies will come easier to Brad Pitt... but how many ladies will he go through before he finds true love? Crap shoot… for him, just like everyone else. Same goes for the Danny DeVito character. The only difference is Danny will have to man up and approach 10 times as many women between dates. Big deal. If the average number happens to be 50; it is what it is. Get out there and get'r done. Danny can approach a woman once a month and score a date every 4 years or so. Or he can approach a woman once a week and score a date every year. Or he can approach a woman every day and score a date every month and a half or so. Or he can strategically put himself in places where he'll have an opportunity to meet 10 or 20 women a day if he wants to… and score dates pretty regularly. The bottom line if you want to improve your luck; increase your chances by meeting more people.
Take good care of yourself, smile at every girl you fancy, and think of the word "hello" as a volume knob for attention. Consider every rejection as another step closer to success… and remember that most of the time when a woman isn’t interested; it has nothing to do with you at all, let alone your height. She could have a boyfriend already or she could be gay for all you know. Maybe she only dates black guys. Who cares? Move on to the next until you strike up a conversation with someone who IS mutually interested. Loneliness is the consequence of building walls rather than bridges. Stop making excuses for failure and start earning your success with a more proactive approach. Best of luck to you.