My father and I have a road trip in the works for some mid fall (Oct-Nov) waterfowling. One of the areas we're considering is the Rainwater Basin as it would appear to have a decent concentration of publicly accessible small water. It also happens to be a shorter drive than ND in case that water winds up too small. Any helpful info you'd be willing to part with would be much appreciated. I'm not looking for your spots, or even which parts of the basin are more productive than others... we're accustomed to the miles spent scouting. I'd just like to get a sense of what to expect; typical depths and bottom, accessibility, how much pressure, that sort of thing. Admittedly, we're out-of-state. Would prefer to minimize how much we hunt like it. Grateful for any help.