Outlanders is a show where by submission we select 10 everyday hunters and outdoorsmen/women, and give them four days to take us on their journey. This is a show for the people, by the people, where you get to see what you want to see, how you want to see it.
A couple rules about Outlanders: All fair chase hunting, no high fences, and you cannot pay anyone to take you hunting. You can be a guide or outfitter in your own right, but you have to be in charge of your own hunt. Outlanders is about people that work to live, and live to hunt.
Huntley Ritter works to live and lives to hunt. Residing in western Montana with his wife, Huntley has a passion for wild places, and the concept of living off the land echoes through everything in his life.
Though Huntley has hunted all across the United States and Canada, he is a down-to-earth outdoorsman who cares greatly about the game he pursues and the environment in which they live. Huntley doesn’t judge a trophy by size as much as he does the overall experience of pursuit and being in wild places with fair chase. Huntley is the everyman, a real person in which audiences are able to join on journeys, near and far, while always having a laugh along the way.
Huntley’s favorite type of hunting is do-it-yourself hunts on public land in finding secret areas others have overlooked.