Last year I helped out another archery hunter. He was having trouble getting shots at elk. He stopped by my camp and asked if I could help him the next day since his partners had to go back and work. I somewhat knew this kid since he is from the same town. I accepted his offer since it would be easier to pack out an elk if we got one. Saturday he came to my work and asked if I was camping in the same spot this year. I told him I planned on it but wouldn't be able to get up there to set up til next weekend since work was super busy. He then told me he set up camp there already. He really liked the spot when he saw it last year and decided to set up his camper and tent there. I didn't know what to say. I told him that it was fine (it is on public land, first come first serve) go ahead and camp. I couldn't help but feel a little betrayed after thinking about it for a while. I can only imagine that he will be heading to the same two spots I showed him while we were hunting. At least I didn't show him my really good spots. I have a couple other spots to camp but kinda feel like it is too much into the elk. I will brush this off. What has everyone else done in this situation? I'm sure I am not the first this has happened to. At least he told me before I drove into that area and set up my camp. Any suggestions on what to do besides not helping him out in the future?