It is Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve's desire to breed German Shorthaired Pointers and Brittany Spaniels for puppies that will not only turn into great hunting dogs but will also be wonderful family dogs and beloved pets.
Brittany Spaniel Puppies – May 2018
Brittany Spaniel Puppies! They will make great family dogs that also love to hunt. For more information please call either Ken Adams 910-551-1059 or James 910-578-6613.
What Visitors Are Saying
Photos taken on February 5th 2017 from the tower hunt at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, Lillington, North Carolina. Click the images to enlarge.See All Testimonials
A Gift from Cabarrus Country Club
We would like to tell you how awesome our Bird Hunt experience was. It was a first time for Tim and myself both. Your hospitality and generosity was without a doubt, memories that we will both carry for many years to come . This was a Christmas gift from our staff at the country club. We will defiantly be coming back. We really enjoyed the dogs too.Once again Thank you so much. I have attached the pictures from our hunt
Cabarrus Country Club
Bob, Mike & Joey – Bird Hunting Here in NC
“Ken and James – thanks again for the fun bird hunt today!”
Bob Rhatigan, Mike and Joey Macko
Amber & Patrick – Bird Hunt
I have attached a few pictures from our hunt last week! We had a fantastic time! It was our first time upland hunting and we got 19 birds! Ken was an amazing guide! It was the perfect place for me to learn! We thank you for your time, efforts, and giving us a great day (and good eatin’!) We will definitely be back 🙂 P.S. The picture of me and the pheasant I shot was taken at home…because i needed a good one to show off the colors of my beautiful bird! Haha!!!”
– Amber & Patrick
February Bird Hunting
Glenn and I had a great time hunting with Keith. We’re looking forward to coming back March 15th.
January 2018 Tower Hunt Photos
Update – Jack “On Point!”
Jack, Fred and I had another great day visiting with you and Ken and all the dogs.
We set 4 birds for Jack and Ken was able to teach him not to bump the birds. We will keep reinforcing that. Here is a picture of Jack on point.
As I said before I left yesterday, “Time spent with James and Ken is time well spent indeed”.
I hope to be up tomorrow weather and road conditions permitting.”