I always CCW when hunting and fishing because you never know what wild animals or crazy people are out there. Today while squirrel hunting, the dog crosses a creek onto a neighboring property we are 99.9% we have permission for. The property line isn’t a square but at an angle. All of a sudden my buddy turns around with his dog and says we gotta go! Apparently a guy appears wearing jeans and a black coat, no firearm seen or bow and was walking our way. My buddy waved twice and the guy just stood there in the brush and didn’t wave back or move. He said there was also a pile of trash on the ground. We are a good ways from houses so no clue what he was doing. I was a nervous wreck the rest of the hunt. I was debating on carrying my handgun before we left and sure glad I did take it. I ran into a homeless guy on state land years ago and contacted the warden and he didn't care. I pulled in and he was standing in the parking are shirtless and covered in dirt. I contacted the state park ranger across the road who said the man had been living in the state park and stealing from campers and he must have moved to the hunting grounds. The warden told me I saw a game trail and not a man made trail and all the trash was from deer season. I voiced a concern about being attacked by the man while hunting or scouting and he said if guns start going off he will move on. I quit going there for fear of being attacked.