This happened to me last winter...just want some opinions...I have access to some private land close to Kendallville to hunt pheasant. Last winter I went there on a Sunday to get a couple of hours of hunting. After awhile, I noticed a guy in a tree stand in a fence row, facing the area we were hunting. I walked up and asked if he had seen any deer. He said, "Did you have to pheasant hunt on the second day of opening weekend?" I didn't say anything but just ended our hunt right there and walked back to the car. I was on land I had permission to hunt...he was obviously on land he had permission to hunt, but was watching the field I was in and the corn field off to the side. Did I ruin his hunt? Didn't make a big deal of it, but thought I'd leave and leave everything to him. Sometimes I wish we did what Michigan does...close pheasant season from Nov. 14 to Dec. 15 to keep pheasant and deer hunters away from each other. Then they open the pheasant season back up till Jan. 1.