I have listened to both sides of the subject. I love to still hunt and dog hunt as well. Where I dog hunt, (Bertie Co.) there are many places that is virtually impossible to still hunt. There are so many cut-overs, thickets, and swamps that either don't have any places to put up stands or you can even get to.
As a dog hunter, I try to respect land-owners rights. But it bothers me that some people think they own the deer. Years ago I used to still hunt only. I leased land and was surrounded by a hunting club with dogs. I killed deer still hunting and I also killed deer in front of their dogs. I told them that if their dogs ran a deer across my property that I would shoot it and they need not complain. They didn't and we got along without any problems.
Some question the ethics of dog hunting. In my opinion, dog hunting is more ethical than hunting over a pile of corn.
As hunters, we need to find some common ground. The other hunters are not our enemies...the anti-gun - anti-hunters are the bad guys here. Instead of fighting one another, we had better be paying attention to who the bad guys are.