I suppose this is more a question for amateur/recreational/non-pro stalkers and shooters of all descriptions, but I was just writing my October trip to Scotland in search of a possible stag in my diary when I realised that that was it, my stalking and shooting planning for 2015 was almost certainly all over, with a grand total of six days out. It's possible that up to two additional ones may yet materialise, but actually, half a dozen outings a year is probably about average for me. I think it was just four the year YPM was born, and it may have hit ten when I was fruitlessly wildfowling. I pointed this out to Mrs PM thinking that really, one couldn't say that I was guilty of wanton domestic absenteeism. She agreed, but did add that in her view that was quite enough, it was a day every other month, and that it should probably be no more than that.
Obviously I have a different take on this but it doesn't really matter, there are logistical and real world limitations to this anyway, and the quality of my days out is at an all-time high, so I can live with this compromise for now. That said, it does make me wonder how much stalking, shooting, foxing and so on everyone else is doing. Obviously this isn't a very relevant question for professionals, gamekeepers and so on, but even those who have stalking in their garden aren't necessarily out after deer every day.
I'd be interested to hear about what your "boundary conditions" are too if you care to elaborate!