Hunted NE Texas yesterday (24th). The bottoms are full of water and 20 plus feet deep. I boated into the timber heading to a hole I normally walk into . Its a good ways into the woods , probably 1/2 mile . Due to the woods being so thick I had no idea that there was anyone else around until I was there. I have never seen anyone else around and no one was at the ramp I launched at . Anyways , I killed the motor after being hit with a light, I talked to the guys and told them I had a plan b but needed to keep coming that way to get to it . They were nice guys who told me to come on and cut thru . I stopped and talked to em . told em I was heading off and would be plenty far enough away to not mess each other up . I wished em luck and I kept moving . I found my plan b and we were plenty far enough away to both have good hunts. I write this because I had 2 teenage boys with me yesterday and I explained to them that's what happens when you get beat , that's how both parties are suppose to be . The guys in the hole were not cussing me and yelling , I didn't get pissed off and set up 50 yards from em . Its was a good lesson to teach the boys on how to handle that situation .Whether you get beat or you beat someone there is a right way for both parties to handle it. I wish this was the outcome on every one of these encounters but its far and few between . Thanks to the guys who where there , hope you had a good hunt .