I think you are handling the situation in the most mature way possible. My only additional advice would be, don't do it at the dinner table, catch him aside, away from the family. More than likely he's going to tell you to pound sand and he'll make you look like a greedy person who doesn't want to "share" hunting rights to family land that neither of you own. say your piece, take the situation as it stands, and move on. Escalating it will not accomplish anything if he's truly the jerk you claim him to be.I greatly appreciate all the feedback and have taken everything into consideration. Luckily last night I shot a dandy 8 pter shortly after my post what are the chances ?. You bet that helped calm my nerves about the situation. I removed all my cameras last night and sent him a picture stating I shot the buck out of his stand (didn’t take it out of his stand)because I was running late, very politely lol. I am going to wait until after thanksgiving and have a talk with him face to face To settle it for good , I know how misconstrued texting sometimes becomes and it rarely accomplishes anything. As you can gather the guy is a D bag and has never done a thing for anyone but himself , we have a tight knit family like most and don’t want to add any turmoil to the thanksgiving dinner table , my grandparents are in there 80s and it is the last thing they need to worry about . Thanks again.