Not to give you the wrong impression, but everything said about Hackberry is correct. I would like to elaborate a bit
The area is divided up into units. Depending on water, the flood different units each year. Rotating so that invertebrate and seed are available for food. They usually disc the ground but not always before flooding units
Some they just brush hog. The mud you encounter is the absolute worst. Let me emphasize this, it will wear you out quickly. I consider myself to be in decent shape for 50 yrs. old and it damn near gave me a heart attack 3 yrs. Ago during teal season
The crowds are there when the birds are there. Do your homework and scout it. Have a plan A,B, and C just in case someone beat you to where you want to be.
GET LOW.....as said earlier, this is agricultural land and it is flat with little cover
No trees. The birds figure out real quick to avoid any dikes, structures and tall vegetation.
With that being said, it can be phenomenal when there is plenty of water. But be prepared to do some work if you want consistent success there.
Lady walks into a bar with a duck, BARTENDER: "Hey, get that old coot out of here"
LADY: "That's not a coot, it's a duck!"
BARTENDER: "I was talking to the duck!"