I have no experience in those areas so I can't offer too much advice in choosing. To gain more information, I would speak with the game wardens for these individual areas. Some of the areas will have more than one warden as they sometimes are split by region. The Game Wardens will have real time information and have been extremely helpful to me anytime I have called with questions. You will typically have to leave them a message and they will call you back. You can search on line to find their information and how to contact them. If you call the regional office over your areas they will also give you the warden's contact info. The regional offices will also maintain a list of landowners that allow hunting for each area. Some charge a fee and some do not. I would also research any HMAs in the specific areas. They are private land that the WGF contracts to allow public access for free. They can be very good hunting- especially a week or two into the season. Good luck guys!