I deer and turkey hunt on about 90-100 acres of private property and every year make sure that I obtain written permission. The owner does not live there(nor anyone else). There is a fence line with a huge pine woods that separates this property from the next one. I've hunted for several years in a large hardwoods ravine that opens up just before the ridge line and the fence/pines run up and down the hill to the west. Now the owner of the next property rents some log cabins to hunters. He has some small hardwood lots but for the most part has planted the available hunting area he has with the pines. Occasionally, there will be someone on stand at the fenceline watching the ravine I hunt! This year, I got flashlight-waved as I made my way to my stand and turns out this person is on the ridgeline but about twenty-five yards over the fence in the hardwoods on the wrong property. This happened once before a couple years ago and I moved over the ridge into another area more for safety sake than anything else. This time I decided he was not supposed to be there in the first place so I continued on up to my stand which is about 150 yds. from where the other hunter was, sat down, and decided I'd wait him out and maybe he'd leave. Comes daylight, and I see him walk around a big oak tree with the required hunter orange and he looks like a giant popsicle looming over the ravine. No words were exchanged but there he stayed til about 10:30.(Apparently, neither of us ever saw a deer.) Now, I'm certain that since he was watching the ravine and the ridgeline above me, had a deer come along, he would not have hesitated to shoot at it. Since I don't own the property, I figured he'd tell me to go pound salt had I confronted him. Just curious what other's have done, or would do in a similar situation.