About Us

  • Charles Fischer
    Brian Libby
    Coach Morris
    Nathan Roholt
    Curtis Peterson
    Clinton Mahler
    FishDuck Staff
    Mike Merrell
    Levi Steier
    Steven Wright
    Dano Dunn
    Jason Fowler
    Natalie Liebhaber
    Abbie -The FishDuck.com Mascot
    Kevin Cline
    Gary Breedlove
    Junnelle Hogen
    John Schroeder
    Craig Strobeck
    Jeff White
    Tony Hoolulu
    Tyler Robinson
    Mike Ostrom
    Graham Berry
    Spencer Thomas
    Aaron Lewis
    John Giustina
    John Sperry
    Dave Peaks
    Bob Rodes
    Jay Garnett
    Jeremy McGuire
    Bruce Nelson
    David Miller
    Matt Bryant
    Alec Savoy
    August Howell
    Jeff Foster
    Kellen Garrett
    Amanda Brenner
    Ruskin Fiegenbaum
    Rhianna Gelhart
    Marc Burton

 About Us

Let’s Meet the Current Writers and Editors!  (Click here)

Let’s Meet the Volunteers of FishDuck.com!  They help us all in the departments of the VideoLibrary, HR, and Photojournalism!  (Click here)

Past Writers and Editors of FishDuck.com  (Click here)  

Above are links to see the biographies and pictures of the current and past writers, along volunteers in other departments. You can click on their picture and go to all their articles arranged in the order they were published. Below the fold on this page are four articles that tell you more about the site, and answer many of the questions you may have.

What is FishDuck.com?

The primer article (Above) is about what the site is about; it is pretty unusual to have this kind of quality from an all-volunteer site, but then these are exceptional people!

Meet Mr. FishDuck 

Above is an introduction to the founder of the site, Charles Fischer.

What IS a FishDuck?

The next article (Above) fills in more information about the site–such as how we got the odd name. (It was NOT the planned name)

FishDuck…why are you giving away Oregon’s Secrets?

Mr. FishDuck got asked this question (Above) SO many times that he gave in and provided an article for permanent reference.

Is FishDuck.com going Negative on Oregon? 

The article (Above) explains our new editorial policy about how our writers will position themselves concerning articles about the University of Oregon.