Yeah, pressure's going to obviously be higher in the morning because there's a gross misconception that morning is the best time. Dusk and pre-dusk are prime times, when your prey is moving from higher ground bedding and security cover to evening feeding areas...ESPECIALLY when the moon is right. Mid-day is OKAY, but deer are hunkered down and more wary. Better to plan your hunts in the late afternoon and as close to sunset as possible, when they're on the move and less wary because of the drive to eat. Most hungry critters make more mistakes and are less cautious when they're hungry, including people. And don't discount hunting DURING dusk. You still have plenty of the light that is scattered by the atmosphere, even though the sun is below the horizon.
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