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What do you have to do,

I had some land promised to me by a family friend not only this year, but prior years and years to come. For me only.

Not like this was his big track of land, I took some of his borderline not-so-good and a very small trek probably at most 5-6 acres and when I went down there today to do some final trail checking and last check on stands I hung over a month ago.

I go to find several stands, some within 50 yards of some of my sets. A truck (I talked to the drivers) sitting in a connecting driveway who now have permission that are also hunting in the area.

I think the land owner is old school who is like my Dad(who I miss greatly) that will not tell anyone "no".

I have actually seen less hunters on the public hunting land that I go to ocassionally that I am encountering on private land, I know the land owner can do whatever he wants, but man am I frustrated. Any adice how to deal with this?

Should I let this go and move or talk to the landowner and see what is going on?

This just sucks, I have been working this area for myself for a while thinking I am the only one hunting this piece and finding out what I did.

Do I go into the land and pull my stands and go elsewhere?

Sorry to vent, but the season is close and this really "balls up the situation"

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