It's funny how we each perceive our situations. I would love to live in a location where I could hunt gobblers every morning during the season, even if it was just for an hour. As it is, the nearest huntable turkey population to where I live is an hour and a half drive, at a minimum. I get to go hunt turkeys on weekends, along with a few thousand other folks that are in the woods at that time, or I have to take off from work to go. That's just the way it is here, and I am used to it. Is it more challenging to kill a turkey under those conditions than it is to kill one by hunting a hour every, or most, mornings of the season? Heck, I don't know, I've never had that "luxury".
I am also of very modest means financially, but I love spring gobbler hunting enough that I forego other "pleasantries" every year, and use my hard-earned dollars and time off from work to travel to a couple of other nearby states to hunt each spring. I find it very rewarding to go to unfamiliar areas with other subspecies of wild turkeys to pit my skills against the birds there. Sometimes I kill a gobbler or two, and sometimes I return home skunked. Sometimes the hunts are amazingly easy, and sometimes they are incredibly difficult...regardless of the subspecies or the location.