The classic reason is family obligations. My wife and kids often don't have much scheduled until 10-11 AM on a Saturday, but there's almost always something going on at 3 in the afternoon
Just speaking for myself, though.
You didnt even have to give an explanation. I knew u were a guy that had his priorities in line when u said busy life. I choose not to hunt evenings much myself. My wife teaches and son is in daycare. If I hunted evenings to when could I be a father or husband? Evertime I do tho I feel guilty. Good luck to u tho.
Afternoon hunts takes a thought process. Saturday afternoons are not a problem but Sunday afternoon its fair game up until an hour before daylight. Then it turns into buck only after that. I would just suck it up with the work involved for a buck but not going to mess with a doe right at dark if I have to go to work the next day.
"Vegetarians are cool. All I eat are vegetarians"-Ted Nugent
I am mainly a morning hunter as well due to the reasons some of you have already mentioned. Seems to be easier to hunt mornings with a wife and two little ones. I also usually see more deer in the morning where I hunt.
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