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First thing I would recommend would be get some eyes on the property, if you can't get boots on it first. Start with Google earth (or similar) and see what you can see. watch for water, bedding, and any food crops. check for the prevailing winds for the area, Moon phases can make a difference, as well as the weather.
I do not hunt in your state, but if you were to post a sat photo of where you intend to hunt, many people will pitch in with suggestions. knowing what crops are growing where, and at what stage they are would be helpful as well.
Some parks have special rules as well, like no stands, or primitive weapons only. How do you intend to hunt? Give us a few details, and we can be more helpful.
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.