I hunted a place for 2 years NW of Goodlett(it got sold). We were about halfway between Goodlett and Kirkland just a few miles south of the river. Before the grassfire it was a great place. There were lot of deer, tons of turkey(too many), and just enough pigs. It almost wasnt worth deer hunting until close to Thanksgiving and then all hell would break loose. The quality of deer was good, a good 3.5 yr old 10 pt could reach 140 before the drought, so if you hold off for the 4.5 yrs+ bucks then you will be in good shape. I wouldn't hesitate to get on the right place up there with good neighbors.