Been tracking a big and old buck in the south. I’m bow hunting him. Consistently see him right after sunset, but usually right after legal shooting light. Sometimes see him in the morning but well before shooting light. Cold front coming in this week. I don’t want to spook him so I’d like to just sit in the stand once this week. Should I do first evening of the cold front, second evening, or the morning of the second day when the air pressure is highest? Read somewhere that when air pressure is high and temp is low deer are on their feet more. Any advise?