I believe you are the exception, not the rule as far as landowners go.
I think that most guys don't want to shoot any deer other than the next magazine cover off their land. I also believe that this mentality is leading to the loss of hunters in the state because no one, and i mean no one, will let you on their property anymore to bird hunt or squirrel hunt. It's really making it hard to kids to get interested in hunting because these entry type hunts, where the chances of success are much greater, are non accessible to the vast majority of youth these days.
To go and create more restrictions on public land will again only make it harder for new people to start hunting and put another pin into the hunter voodoo doll and cause more people to chose other things to do.
The only restrictions that I think would actually be helpful would be to restrict or outlaw baiting. Although, I guess the more that I look at it, I could see the possibility of private land tags and public land tags, but I would want a rule that you are only able to purchase one type, not both types and possibly make the landowner tags less money to encourage the purchase of them to lessen the amount of pressure on public lands.