I've written about the advantages of afternoon-only hunting in September in the past (and I still believe that advice is valid most of the time). But 94 degrees is a bit beyond my comfort limit. The deer don't like it, either. So I've tried some morning sits this week. I've bumped some deer in the dark, just like I was afraid of doing, but overall, my morning sits have been far more productive in the way of deer sightings than my evening sits. Deer have been moving pretty consistently up until 9 o'clock or so. By contrast, the evening movement, according to my trail cameras, has been limited to the last 15 minutes of shooting light and then well after dark.