One of my closest friends invited a guest out to our hunting lease to introduce him to bowhunting and to show him the ropes. The guest shoots a 130" buck and my friend acts like it is the greatest thing in the world. I have personally hunted 20+ days, on the lease, and I have only seen two deer since Oct 1st. There are not very many deer where we hunt. The buck he shot is quite possibly the biggest deer on our lease. We can only shoot one buck per year, with a 13"spread or better, in the county that I hunt in, because there are not that many deer in the county. I have congratulated the guest and tried to be happy for him but honestly, I feel like he was inconsiderate and disrespectful by shooting the buck. My friend is clueless as to how I feel because I don't want to seem childish or jealous. He also shot an awesome 10 pointer, on the same lease, and it is his biggest buck of his life. So I think if the roles were reversed, and he hadn't shot his 10 ptr, and I had brought a guest, who shot the big buck, he would be pretty irritated like I am about it. How would you handle the situation?