George Reiger

Contributing Writer

George Reiger joined the F&S staff as an Associate Editor in 1972 and became its Conservation Editor in 1975. He is arguably the most learned person to write for the magazine, and the most iconoclastic. His writing is a combination of common sense, pessimism, moral indignation, white-hot outrage, and sardonic humor. He has dealt with all aspects of hunting and fishing and the environment, but is probably most closely identified with his two great loves, the ocean and waterfowl.

Highlights

  • Covered conservation, hunting, and fishing

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Killing the White River

Killing the White River

True Cause for Grouse Cycles?

True Cause for Grouse Cycles?

How PCBs Can Save Our Ducks

How PCBs Can Save Our Ducks

Should We Fear the Moto-Duck?

Should We Fear the Moto-Duck?

Freedom to Overfish

Freedom to Overfish

VIRGINIA BEACH: North Meets South

VIRGINIA BEACH: North Meets South

Angling in Y2K and Beyond

Angling in Y2K and Beyond