I've never hunted it, but you will need to do some scouting prior to the season. I understand that you would be much better off with a boat. A mud motor isn't necessary here. You definately will need to get there early, I would say 4:00 would be the latest for that area.
+1...you will need to scout with a GPS to mark location prior to season IMO. You can get lost out there and you can induce a country arse kicking for riding up on someone that is already in their spot.
You need a boat, it is almost all flooded timber hunting.
When it is good, it is as good as any hunting, anywhere.
Echo Calls has a series of videos hunting almost nothing but Meto, Hurricane and White River bottom public land that is astounding.
I would recommend getting a guide the first time or two to get familiar with the land and the customs in the area. Not sure if they still allow guides on the public land however.