I hunted it last season. Looks like they bumped up the dates for the anterless hunt and I can see why. They've held the hunt in January for years. Harvest numbers for the anterless hunt have historically been low at Inks and I'm guessing they changed to December to try to increase those numbers.
My hunt was 1/18/22 to 1/20/22. You'd think that because you're in the hill country that you'll be covered up in deer, especially does. That's not really the case. Especially considering that you're hunting over a feeder. I didn't see any does and few if any were seen by other hunters. Maybe one or two were harvested. I did see three bucks, two of which were monster 10s. And I took a pig (only one I saw) the evening of the second day and then drove home, foregoing the third day morning hunt.
The blinds are very nice and the feeders are set up pretty close to the blinds. Mine was 40 yards away. The staff is great and the hunt is run by a park volunteer who is a nice guy. I stayed in a motel in Burnet rather than camping in the park.
Do yourself a favor and eat a burger at Bill's in Burnet. Also, outstanding burgers at Hoover's Vally Cafe, they are excellent.
Let me know if you have any questions.