Gehrig Hall has a true passion for and obsession with the outdoors. He is thrilled to be at Three Sixty. Here he connects people to his passion in a very personal way by helping them find their dream recreational property.
Growing up in Crystal River, Florida, Gehrig’s love of the natural world started early. The small fishing town is about 40 minutes north of Tampa on the Gulf of Mexico. Crystal River boasts some of the best inshore fisheries on the Gulf Coast and is the manatee capital of the world.
Gehrig has always been hard working and motivated with a genuine enthusiasm to learn. He started his own lawn mowing and car detailing company as a teen. Early on in college he worked as a bouncer, barback and bartender at 1716 Bar in Auburn. A later stint as a farmhand on Tim Hudson’s 800-acre hunting operation in Hurtsboro, Alabama reminded Gehrig of his love of the outdoors, and shaped his career in a meaningful way.
He has since worked in a minor league baseball front office, in restaurant management at Moe’s BBQ, and as a Southeast Regional Manager for B&B Beverage Management. In October of 2020, Gehrig received a call to run multiple large scale hunting properties for a local businessman. This dream job filled a hole in his life he didn’t even know was there. He feels truly blessed for all the experience and skills he has picked up along his professional journey.
Gehrig started college as an outfielder for the College of Central Florida baseball team. Later he transferred to Auburn to be closer to his family who had relocated there. At Auburn, Gehrig earned a bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Ecology and Management.
He is beyond blessed to call Brent and Jenny Hall his parents. Kaylah, his older sister, lives in Brunswick, Georgia with her soon to be wife Linda Cruz where they teach and coach softball. His little sister Haleigh lives in Auburn where she just took on a new job with Adams Beverage. He also has a Belgian Malinois named Lou who is his work partner where he tracks deer, finds antler sheds, and protects the woods from the evil squirrel hoard.
Hunting and fishing tops Gehrig’s list. It’s his full-time, year-round obsession. He loves keeping up with his Braves, struggles to love the Jaguars, and watches combat sports. He loves to work on his 1990 Plymouth Laser RS Turbo and his 1997 Chevy 1500 that he inherited. Gehrig also collects sports memorabilia and pretty much anything where he can work with his hands.