Ecko, the problem in that area is that you can get stuck on a small property with small neighbors that shoot it out very quickly. They are breaking up ranches into smaller parcels of 50-100 acres and these properties are typically bought by folks that are trying to minimize cash and maximize hunting. So you get 10 small neighbors, that each bring several hunters, buddies, family, cousins, etc. and everybody shoots something.
Even though the axis roam, they quickly learn to avoid properties where they are always getting shot at.
Pretty soon, you end up with a property that is nothing but "hot rocks and cedar" and has little wildlife and the hunting sucks. Then they go up for sale even cheaper.
I looked very long and hard in that area - there ARE some very good properties for sale, but there even more properties to stay away from.