Sage Marshall

Sage Marshall

News Editor

Sage Marshall joined Field & Stream as an editorial intern in 2018, when he worked at the publication’s former office in Manhattan. His desk-mate was a mounted warthog. After graduating from college, he worked as a freelance journalist for two years before returning to the F&S team full-time in 2021 as the brand’s News Editor. 

Highlights

  • Covers conservation, record fish, fishing, and stories about untraditional outdoor characters and organizations
  • Experienced fly fisherman and novice hunter

Experience

Marshall is a writer and editor from southwest Colorado and currently based in the Bay Area of California. He’s passionate about spending time in—and protecting—the outdoors. He’s an experienced journalist and has contributed to national publications, such as Field & Stream, Men’s Journal, Backpacker, and Outdoor Life, as well as regional publications like Denver Westword and The Official Guide to Telluride and Mountain Village. He’s especially interested in writing long-form stories and essays about pressing conservation and social justice issues, as well as outdoor adventures. His creative writing focuses on interrogating aspects of masculinity in sport and the outdoors. Marshall’s work has been named “Notable” in the Best American Essay series. Marshall currently heads up Field & Stream’s daily news coverage and also identifies complex issues, such as the impact of drought on wildlife, for more in-depth editorial coverage. He’s a student of many outdoor pursuits—from rock climbing to duck hunting. It’s nearly impossible to pull him off a river when he’s fly fishing, even if he claims that he just wants to take “one last cast.”

Education

Marshall graduated from Wesleyan University in 2019. He majored in English with a concentration in creative writing, minored in history, and received an International Relations certificate. His senior thesis, “The Barbs,” received honors.

F&S Lightning Round

Favorite Place to Fish: Silver Lake, Bucket List Adventure: Fly fishing the Rio Irati in Spain, and then going to watch the Pamplona Bullfights, Favorite Trip into the Wilderness: Backpacked 85 miles of the Continental Divide Trail through the Weminuche Wilderness of southern Colorado with my partner, Bela, All-Time Favorite F&S Story: “Ghosts of Africa,” by David E. Petzal

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