Welcome to the blog page for Phil Kahnke Waterfowl.  Throughout the upcoming issues of this blog you will see information about my photography and the process that I go through to get my photos, often including breakdowns of specific photos and a story to go along with them.  It would be of no surprise to have some hunting stories mixed in as well as discussions on topics related to waterfowl and or photography that I'd love to hear feedback on and have some open conversations on. 

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Eventually It Pays Off

April 11, 2018  •  3 Comments
After having spent enough days in the marsh, there comes a point where you just know whether or not things are going to work out for you on any given day by the time the sun creeps over the horizon. If you don't have ducks landing in the decoys in the dark while you're cooking bacon in the boat, the odds that it's going to happen later in the day s...
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The Gear I Use and Why

April 09, 2018  •  2 Comments
Topping the list of commonly asked questions on my Instagram page is, "What camera and/or lens do you use?". I will always answer with my current setup, even though very few of the photos were probably taken with that particular combo as it's new and hasn't seen much time in the field at that point but each new camera or lens I buy follows in the s...
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Right in the Thick of It

April 09, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
The pursuit of fowl, for most who chase them at all, unless you are one of the deranged snow goose hunters, tends to be non-existent in the spring months. In my case it is almost as strong as in the fall. The bulk of my waterfowl photography comes during the months of March and April with the large bulk being solely in March unless we get lucky and...
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Hail Call

March 19, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
If you've managed to find your way to this blog you probably share an interest in waterfowl, waterfowl hunting, or waterfowl photography with me. I cannot deny that these three things consume an inordinate amount of my time and my thoughts. By the time I had reached ten years of age I was already spending time out in the marsh and every spare minut...
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