From Our Editors
It's easy to see that the hunting experts at Taylor Creek Shooting Preserve love their job—especially considering many of them are pointers and English setters. Along with human guides, these trained dogs lead groups into the woods for guided hunts of game birds. Alternatively, the preserve's continental pheasant shoots call hunters to assemble at 12 stations encircling a 60-foot tower, where pheasants are released into the air.
In addition to these hunting grounds, Taylor Creek Shooting Preserve sets aside 20 acres for sporting clays. Towering pines and open fields set the stage for a 12-station sporting clay course, which stays open year-round to challenge intermediate and advanced clients. The terrain also encompasses a five-stand course and a skeet field.