Extreme Outer Limits



JUNE 26 MON - 5:00PM
JUNE 28 WED - 1:30PM
JULY 1 SAT - 10:30AM
Bob and Chris Beck fish for northern pike and hunt giant black bears in Alberta.


Extreme Outer Limits, hosted by Bob and Chris Beck, is a cutting-edge outdoor television series dedicated to the rapidly growing, long-range hunting enthusiast. Perfectionists in their sport and their video productions, Bob and his wife, Chris, take what they do seriously, and it shows.

EOL takes you around the world on hunts from New Zealand to Africa, and all over North America. You’ll find bugling bulls, giant mule deer, red stags, many different African species, and tons of other North American big game on Extreme Outer Limits. For regular updates from the EOL Team be sure to visit our blog, the EOL Journal, or check us out on Facebook.

Host & Bios

Bob Beck

Bob Beck

Born and raised in Oregon, Bob’s hunting career originated over 24 years ago. His Western Big Game hunts have included High Country Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain and Roosevelt Elk, Coastal Black Tail and Black Bear, Antelope and Northern Whitetail, in addition to several species in Africa, South America, New Zealand and Canada.

Among his long range hunting accomplishments are a confirmed 1,380 yard kill on an antelope, an 1,201 yard kill on a Rocky Mountain Elk, an 885 yard kill on a Coastal Black Bear and a couple Texas Whitetail’s at the 1,100 yard mark. Most recently Bob took his first ever 200-inch Mule Deer on the famous Bair Ranch in Colorado.

Chris Beck

Chris Beck

Chris took up the sport of hunting with Bob nearly 4 1/2 years ago while traveling along on many of his western big game hunts. She has since had the opportunity to harvest a number of exceptional animals including a beautiful Trophy Mule Deer in Colorado and a remarkable Barren Ground Caribou Bull in Nunavut.

She was filmed taking, what we believe to be the longest shot ever by a woman, with her 1,025 yard kill on a Coastal Black Bear, in addition to a 1,005 yard kill on a Coastal Black Tail, both on her home turf, in Oregon.