1364 N.St.Rd. 257« Return to Listings
Otwell, IN 47564
Located in rural Southern Indiana, Cane Creek Hunting Preserve offers the hunter an opportunity to hunt pheasant, quail, and chuckers from October to March. Groups of no more than three to four hunters are recommended. Hunters should bring their own gun and ammunition. Dogs can be provided for anyone not bringing their own. Each hunter must have an Indiana Hunting License with an upland bird sticker. All hunters must wear hunter orange hunting clothes. Registration is required for all groups. Cane Creek Hunting Preserve offers the opportunity to hunt pheasant, quail, and chuckers from October to March. Birds can be cleaned on-site for a nominal fee
The preserve, owned and operated by Donnie and Jim Whitehead, is situated on the family farm and includes over 200 acres of tillable land with food coverage. Owner and guide Donnie Whitehead began hunting with his father over 50 years ago. He brings experience and quality to any hunting group he leads. He is a member of Quail Unlimited and has won awards with his dogs at local field trials. Brother and co-owner Jim Whitehead, although not an avid hunter, has a great deal of experience working with the breeding of birds. Both brothers have been farmers all their lives.