Does Daylight Savings Time Matter in hunting

DST helps in hunting

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Starlite

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So. I’d been trying to get this buck to come out during legal hours (not beyond 1/2 past sunset but he’s smart. He’d always wait a time longer.

So in my frustration I had 1 last idea 💡. DST. If I wait till Sunday that deer who’s still on moon phase and regular time won’t know I’ll have bought myself enough daylight savings time to get that em.

well I sat in my blind all day, wanting, waiting, watching..nothing. Apparently DST doesn’t matter. WAIT…who’s this guy.

head shot 110gr Barnes TTSX @ 3335fps from my 270win. Enter RT exit LT deflection down and shattered the LT knee. As you can see on the SPYPOINT timestamp (1656hrs) I was 6 minutes from sunset.

Conclusion..DST works right?
 

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jpfrog

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No. Animals don’t care what time it is and neither does the sun. Only thing that changes is what time you think it is when the sun is up vs. down.

Congrats on you deer though. :)
 
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