I've bowhunted muleys in that area with my Dad a lot, and have yet to take a buck. It's tough hunting spot and stalk, as the terrain does not allow you to watch the deer bed. They usually travel up creeks and ravines, disappear, and then go another 1/4 mile or more to bed. That being said, sitting heavily used trails at creek crossings and saddles is probably your best bet. I've also heard baiting can be productive, but have never tried it. Your main problem filling a tag will be the fact that there are a fraction of the deer now that there were 3 years ago. A string of bad winters, and giving out too many rifle tags has decimated the herd. The G&F website claims about a 25% reduction in numbers from last year, and add that upon about a 50% loss the year before. We've spent enough time out there hunting and shed hunting in the spring to know that their estimates fall short in many areas. It's so bleak, we're not even heading to the west side this year, just whitetail hunting in SE Nodak. I hate to be the bringer of bad news, but I believe it will be a long road to recovery for muleys in ND, if it can happen at all. I look forward to hearing of your hunt, and hope you have a great time in some of the most beautiful country you will ever set your eyes upon. If you have time, stop in Belfield at the restaurant/motel with the deer statues in front, and look at all the nice mounts inside. Most were taken with archery equipment by the owner.