It's obviously a very small unit encompassing about 50 square miles with almost all of it being the Black Hills National Forest. All of that ls huntable depending on how much and how far you want to walk in from the few two-tracks that are shown on the maps. The archery hunt in September is probably your best hunt during the rut and last year I believe most of that unit wasn't even accessible by the time the rifle season opened due to the freak storm that dropped a ton of snow throughout the area all the way over to Rapid City. The storm literally paralyzed that part of the country because of the road closures in early October, especially up higher where thousands of cattle that were still on the grazing alotments perished. I have not heard whether the deer and elk were greatly affected, but I would imagine that at least the deer were since elk are much bigger and can make it in pretty deep snow. I've never been in that particular unit, but it's definitely advisable to scout it ahead of time not too long before your hunt like you intend to. You will probably have to rely on any Wyoming residents chiming in because there are very few NR tags issued for others to make on the ground comments. Good luck on your hunt.