If the draw that drains lake Olney is very near ( a couple hundreds yards or less) or it goes through the property you’ll have good deer.
You can see it on a satellite image.
NNE of lake Cooper W of 2178 to just N of Kincy rd will have good deer near the wooded areas, draws & water.
E of 2178 starting around lake Cooper rd going north where it makes a sharp east bend you’ll have good deer.
Again anywhere you’re very near to or any of the draws, ravines, creeks, or if any run through the property you’ll have good deer.
Be sure to check to the best of your ability neighboring properties ( using satellite imagery), where there are good pockets of deer there are usually plenty of hunters.
This is not an undiscovered / unknown / hot spot type area, lots of leases & hunters around there.
Don’t let thick mesquite fool you if you have creeks dry or wet, draws, ravines or ponds and good cover you’ll have deer.
If you find a place that has Oaks, even a few you’ll have good deer.
Yep, lots of open country, probably tough to find a decent lease in a pocket of good deer, this might help ---> acme planimeter
Or, ---> google map
Like any area there are a few jokers, shady people & a couple lease broker types to avoid.
Lots of leases in the area that have 600 acres but only 80 maybe 100 acres of that is decent deer habitat, not a bad area at all if
you have enough acreage per hunter.