We have 18 acres of woods in the country. The property is about 1300 feet deep, and a little over 600 feet wide, with a little half acre "ear" at the front that cuts at an angle over to the road. The biggest bulk of my property lies behind a 5 acre parcel that was vacant until two years ago. I tried to buy it, but apparently the owner sold to a relative. They promptly moved in 3 old, raggedy mobile homes, along with the assorted lawn decorations such as washers, junk cars, trash, etc.. Otherwise, our nearest neighbor is a rancher who has 1800 acres of the most beautiful land anywhere. No city limits, no building restrictions, no zoning. So anything goes. While driving down our driveway today, I noticed what appeared to be a white PVC pipe standing on end in the woods. Turned out to be a deer feeder. Closer inspection revealed 3 deer stands, and 5 deer feeders spread over about 2 acres. And all on our property, along with some empty beer cans, etc. All are directly behind his property, but anywhere from about 50 to 250 feet inside my property line. Granted, the line is not well marked, however there is a large hickory tree that serves as my corner, and the feeders and stands are within site of the marker, which is still wrapped with surveyor's tape. Two other markers were placed along this boundary (disappeared), but there is no fence. It is HEAVILY wooded and it would be pretty expensive, and serve no other purpose than to keep the neighbors out. To top it off, this guy is a total jerk and a drunk. I've already had one run-in over property lines with him when he started digging a huge hole once within 20 feet of my front gate on our property line (I thought he was putting in a septic). I tried to be nice but he got PO'd about it. (Turns out he just needed some dirt and his buddy came over with a back hoe). My wife is livid. My first thought is to just go talk to him, show him the survey and take a compass, measure, etc. and point out the obvious problem But she just wants to call the sheriff or game warden. Another problem - this is our lake house; we don't live there. It would be real easy for someone to come and burn down the house, break in, etc. What would you do....?