I have had a few good hunts following a front in October, but I'm with goatman on the calmvwind! Calm wind=Jumpy Deer. Last year had a little front push through in mid October, had a east wind, and went back to a little clover plot next to a bedding area, about an hour before dark the wind dies. There was a several does and a couple little bucks bumping around, and then a 4 year old that I had lots of pictures walked out. With that calm wind he didn't move out of a 10'-15' radius for more than an hour. He didn't act nervous, just stood pretty much stock still, with his ears tuned to every little noise that he heard. It was completely dark before I was able to make him out walking off using my binos(he was only 60 yards away), set there for another 30 minutes before SLOWLY getting down, I was so worried I was going to bump him. In southern Kansas it is usually still pretty dang warm all of October, you still see movement with a front, but it just seems like they don't move very far before dark.