The hunt was good for the money. I setup on the far South-west area of the property (along the neighboring fence which was un-hunted non-balcones land) There were 2 large bucks jumping the fence there during scouting and several does sighted. I had a chance to talk to the land manager of the neighboring property who after hearing about my 2000 yard doe drag out, actually offered use of their road if we got another back there.
During scouting, the trail road along the field was passable, so I could get to the far back corner with ease. Unfortunately on Friday night, the rain/hail started and I was unable to get the vehicle back to the blind. This setup a VERY long walk every day, as I could no longer get off the main rocky maintained road.
Talking with the park staff, they said that most luck in that unit came from folks up near the cow bird trap. There were feeders and water available on the adjacent property.... but I feared the crowd, so I went to the back.
I met both other hunters (one on scouting day who said he was going to the NE corner, which I did not like due to extensive rimfire rounds passing overhead during my scouting trips) and one on Friday at 12:05 (as he dragged his doe out to his truck). Apparently a doe was on the road as he drove in.... or as he said 'exactly 100 off the road', whatever the min distance allowed was.
The unit had lots of pig signs, but I never seen one. The gut pile did not make it the 5 hours between going out in AM and coming back for PM hunt. According to tracks, bobcat and birds made short work of it. If you wear amplified muffs, like I do, be careful for the quail along the fence line. Good for a scare.
Here was my scouting report from the trip... in the form of a photo. YMMV.