I was always a morning hunter. While I was married to wife #1, we had an agreement that I could hunt 1/2 day per week. That usually ended up being Saturday mornings. I just liked watching the sun come up.
As far as success rates, I was probably about equal morning versus evening with archery. With a rifle, however, things are truly skewed towards mornings. I've been completely done with my season within the first half hour on several occasions, and never taken an afternoon stand. I've had a few others where the deer came running ahead of the Orange Army as they came out between 0900 and 1100. This past season was a fluke; both my deer and 3 out of the five we all took were at last light.
Logistically, I have to say that mornings are far easier for me. I shoot, take my time getting down, call for the truck. Tthe deer is on the meatpole in an hour and off to the processor after breakfast. In an evening hunt, I'm schlepping around in the dark from beginning to end and it's always a rush to see if we can get it to the processor before he closes up for the night.