Travis Hall is the associate news editor for Field & Stream. Originally from southern Indiana, he lived and worked in Yellowstone National Park, along the Carolina coast, and in the southern Appalachian Mountains before moving to his current home in western Montana.
- Covers breaking news: From record breaking bucks to pressing conservation issues.
- Passionate about conservation and public lands reporting.
Hall lives with his wife and young son in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley where he’s cutting his teeth on the finer points of elk, mule deer, and mountain grouse hunting. He grew up hunting whitetails and wild turkeys on reclaimed coal country in southern Indiana.
Hall graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 2012. His outdoor education began at age three in pursuit of stripper pit panfish, and it continues to progress on a near daily basis.
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Favorite Place to Fish: Any fishing access site along the Bitterroot River; Favorite Critter to Hunt: Rut-crazed whitetails; Bucket List Adventure: September elk in Montana’s Big Snowy Mountains; Most Prized Piece of Gear: Savage Lightweight Hunter chambered in .308; All-Time Favorite F&S Story: “F&S Classics: The Day Bear Died,” by Hal Herring