- Dec 24, 2010
- Central Mass
This is the reason I'm hoping to buy a front-stuffer before next year. Increased season length.
I can't say I see the problem with DST - the actual hours of sun are the same, just shifted on the clock. But then, my difficulty is entirely self-imposed - I just need to be better at making time to go out.
Yes but when you get out of work at 2 or so like I do ( I work for myself ) I am home by 2:30, in the woods by 2:45 ( its a couple Mins up the rd where I hunt ) so when you loose an hour with a flip of switch when DST happens now I loose that hour of hunting.
When you wake up in the morning, head out hunting it doesn't matter the time when the sun goes down, but it makes a big difference when your trying to squeeze in an afternoon hunt after work you loose that hour, it sucks.
I put 46 hours in the bush a few weeks back, took the first few days off then hunted every afternoon and lost out on those hours compared to when duck first opened, I was on the water till 6:20 or so.