The better question, though, is what do we do from here? The answer: stay plugged into your local weather report. This sounds like a no-brainer, and maybe it is, but by all accounts deer activity has spiked from Maine to Maryland on the few cold days we’ve had in the past two or so weeks. A front is moving in this weekend, making Saturday the day most of us want to be in the stand. But high winds are also expected, and we all know that can keep deer down, too. The imperious urge to breed that’s now coursing through most Northeast bucks is still a huge wild card, but most of it is raging at night. So pick the cold days, and sit all day. Forget about the rest. Save those few remaining vacation days, and your peace of mind, for gun season.