I've played a few and done fairly well. I don't know if my observations are proper strategy or not but...
if you make it to the final table, you will naturally have accumulated quite a few bounties along the way. If you aggressively pursue bounties, you will be less likely to make it to the final table, and less likely to accumulate future bounties. So what does that mean in practice? Basically, play the same game that would normally get you to the final table, but with a few caveats.
Be less likely to bluff as people call wider and looser in these things.
Be slightly more willing to play speculative hands like small pocket pairs; so if you'd normally fold your 33 in mid position to an early position raiser, be a bit more willing to call (especially if you have the raiser covered) as the value of the implied odds
, PLUS the value of the bounty make set mining more profitable.
In general I think these are good tournaments because players are making more errors than normal. more errors by the field means more equity for you.