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NFL star Jared Allen spent time in Fulton County last spring when he speared this elk while on a hunt with Tim Wells of Canton at Trophy Ridge ranch.

Relentless Pursuit

November 08, 2009 at 01:14 AM

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Blow guns. Ever sit down withIllinois hunting and fishing another guy and had a discussion about hunting with a blow gun?

Crazy stuff like that is one reason I enjoy talking with Tim Wells, the sometimes controversial but always interesting tele-hunter from Canton. Like his parents Dave and
Rosalie, Wells, 46, is never at a loss for new ventures. If he’s not hunting, he’s usually working some angle.

His latest endeavor is too intriguing to pass unmentioned. Wells recently sold a partial interest in his Relentless Pursuit television show to Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen.

One of the highest paid defensive players in the NFL, the 6-foot-6 Allen is also one big reason why the Vikings are 7-1 and being touted as Super Bowl favorites. In addition to making life miserable for quarterbacks, Allen is a passionate hunter. He met Wells through mutual friend Boomer Grigsby (above Allen at left and Wells at right in the picture below) while on a wolf hunt to Ontario last spring.

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Afterwards Allen came back with Wells to Canton, where he shot a bison and speared an elk at the Wells clan’s Trophy Ridge Ranch.

“I love to hunt and he loves to hunt. I’m a little crazy and he’s a little crazy, so it worked out,” Allen said in a phone interview last week while he was in Illinois shopping with fiancee Amy Johnson, a Chicago native. “Obviously, I’m comfortable on camera and so is he, so we decided to team up and take Relentless Pursuit to the next level.”

While I’m not very keen on hunting behind high fences, Allen’s spear chuck at an elk from a tree stand was fairly impressive. Even so, I’m glad he does most of his hunting in free-range situations.

“He’s the kind of idiot who will jump out of a tree onto a bear,” Wells said. “He’s a kid in a giant’s body.”

During deer season Allen spends most Monday and Tuesday evenings after football practice in a tree stand. He has a pair of Labrador retrievers that he takes pheasant hunting. He said he really enjoys to hunt predators and bears and, along with Wells, has plans to chase alligators, alligator gar and rattlesnakes in the next
year as they put together 26 shows (half of which will feature Allen).

That means extra work for Wells, who figures it takes three hours of video to produce 18 minutes worth showing on television. Not that he minds traveling to get show footage. One of his adventures this year took him to Alberta, where he shot this massive elk on Sept. 20.

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Relentless Pursuit airs on The Sportsman Channel on Tuesdays at 7 a.m., Fridays at 10 p.m. and Saturdays at 5 a.m. and can be seen on Direct TV’s Channel 608.

“There’s going to be some wild hunts and we’re going to be humorous about it,” Allen said. “I watch some hunting shows and you get tired of seeing the same old whispering to the camera. We’re going to be in our loin clothes chasing some things.”

Wells said that’s some of what viewers have come to expect from his show, which has been on the air for the past 15 years. Memorable footage include Wells running toward a brown bear which he shot in the head with an arrow and an equally impressive shot of him taking a bumblebee with his bow.

“We’re a hard-core show,” he said. “I want to be the first guy on video to kill a brown bear with a spear. A lot of Indians tried it, but you don’t see them anymore. So that’s a bad sign.”

Wells also has been experimenting with using throwing stars to hunt and has proven quite adept at taking wild game with a spear. As for blow guns, Wells said he can kill a squirrel from 15 yards. “My son can shoot right through a piece of plywood,” he said.

Allen isn’t so sure. “Tim has a lot more hot air than I do, so he’s probably better than me at that right now. I’ll have to touch up on that.”

 

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I can’t believe people dignify this “canned hunt” crap by calling it hunting. It’s harvesting livestock in a somewhat barbaric manner, and that’s putting it kindly. I have some beef cattle this idiot can stick a spear into if he wants to part with enough coin. I shudder for the future of hunting if it comes to this.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/08 at 04:00 PM

What a waste of paper and internet space.  Every Sunday I look forward to seeing what Mr Lampe has to write about and after a not so successful deer hunt this morning I grab the paper automatically threw it into the garbage can.  I know Jeff, its what sells paper and its what grabs the public eyes.  I think readers would actually rather read a story on how paint dries than read about Tim Wells and all of his hoopla. I rate his show right up there with arrow affliction. Just a little hint, write about your trials and tribulations of your first year of bowhunting.  Beleive me, it is much more interesting than watching a guy hurl a spear at a buffalo in a high fenced area.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/08 at 04:02 PM

Bill, I agree with ya.  This is the future, spearing cows and shooting sting rays.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/08 at 04:05 PM

count me in when they legalize grenade throwing for quail and pheasant

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/08 at 05:28 PM

Get real what the heck can you harvest with throwing stars? I as a hunter am almost insulted by that “experiment”. I understand that Mr. Lampe is writing this mostly to talk about Jared Allen buying but Tim Wells is already a joke that is why Gander Mountain took his face of there advertisements. However Jeff does say he does not support high fence hunting.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/08 at 06:25 PM

I wish his petting zoo would get closed down already.  I drive by that place everyday and each time I can’t believe people actually “hunt” there.  Them animals are so tame you can feed them from your hand and Tim is nothing but a tool.  Not to many people around here that likes the guy.  Can’t believe this was even worth publishing.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/08 at 06:28 PM

What a joke. Just proves what i have always said. To be a pro hunter all you need is money.Sad part is that is what hunting has become all about the money.Greedy land owners and lack of respect for the game.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/08 at 06:42 PM

Hunting behind a fence!!!what an idiot learn how to hunt the right way and dont charge an arm and a leg to do it!!!Hes not the sharpest tool in the shed!!!

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/09 at 01:19 PM

you guys have got to be kidding me.  It’s obvious to me you are the idiots.  Relentless Pursuit is not CANNNED hunts.  You take 1 hunt with a spear and turn into all their hunts are high fence hunts.  This is the farthest from the truth.  You should know the facts before you blast someone they way you fellows did here.  You should all be ashamed of yourself.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/10 at 09:23 AM

I personally do not agree with high fence hunting at all either, but obviously most of you have not seen most of Tim Wells’ hunts.  You are basing your decision on the few hunts he has shown on his fathers property.  Obviously you haven’t seen most of his hunts.  I do not respect his high fenced hunts, but I absolutely do respect his archery hunting skills and his work for the advancement of our sport.  I have seen more amazing shots on his show than any of the other shows out there combined, and not only on deer but multiple predators and mostly with a bow.  I’ve seen too many shows on VS with these supposed “hunters” sitting in blinds in Texas shooting 300 yards down open lanes with high powered rifles.  As much as I don’t like it, I would consider killing an elk or buffalo in a high fenced area with a spear more as hunting then I would these pansies using high powered rifles.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/10 at 11:07 AM

I’ll bet there was a bail of hay not in the picture.Great white hunter.I know this will PO some but Fred Bear said he would never use a compound they put his name on some after he died. With all the goodies on bows now it’s a bit much. Arrows that light up,range finders and every other gizmo you could think of. Maybe we are all a little guilty. Hell I’m going to take out my ole recurve.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/10 at 03:12 PM

Jerry, Fred did use a compound at the befinning of one hunt and was embarassed he could not find his accuracy with it. he did then put his name on it to sell while he was living but he never loosed and arrow at game with it, he had to be persuaded to even market it, but he was as much of a business man as a hunter…...

sorry this has nothing to do with Wells or Allen
just your useless trivia for today

wells is an amzing shot with a bow but i am guessing wounds alot with his high risk shots,

Allen in my opinion is the best DE in the NFL
but as far as spear chucking….. not sure what to think…..  there were spear chuckers before modern deer hunts…...  to each his own…. probably won’t watch the shows filmed at Trophy Ridge but may watch some others

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/10 at 03:46 PM

Well put FultonCtyHunter!!!

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/10 at 04:16 PM

Why did my last post get deleted?? Because I spoke the truth!!! Seriously, there was nothing wrong with my post.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/10 at 10:03 PM

How many times have we all seen the bear shot played over and over.  It was a fluke he hit the bear in the head and killed it instantly.  I would of loved to have seen the “Graffic” portion of the video.  I don’t call that shot skill, I call it LUCK.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/10 at 10:44 PM

yah the grizzley shot is total fluke
a couple inches either way and we woudl be talking about the late Tim Wells,
i think he started out with good intentions
but may got a bit caught up in killing shows not hunting shows…..

thats why i like Tred Barta, not every show has a kill, but still an adventure

hope Wells and Allen get it figured out and maake it something to be proud of but very doubtful right now

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/11 at 07:29 AM

MJC3 I agree Allen is the best to be the best in football you have to be a tad nuts maybe thats where the spear chuckin may come in. Thanks for clearing it up on Fred Bear I learn something.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/11 at 08:26 AM

FultonCtyHunter

That post was deleted because it was potentially libelous. If you want to cite court cases that prove your point, fine. But you can’t just say “I know this to be true” without proof and then say the things you said. We have legal obligations here. And yours is not the lone post deleted in what was expected to be and continues to be a controversial story.

Posted by Jeff Lampe on 11/11 at 11:21 AM

Some of you guys sound like a bunch of women. A lot of smack from guys who probably do not even know Tim. I do not recall ever reading about Tim being arrested for trespassing, poaching, theft or whatever.The fact is that most of you are probably jealous of the fact that he is doing what he loves for a living, hell, even I’m jealous. But there is no reason to hold that against him or throw allegations out there because you “heard it form someone who heard it from there brother who heard it from a friend, etc. etc. You guys just need to worry about your own business. Go out and kill your deer, throw it in the pick-up, prop the head up, throw down the tailgate,drive around all day and show the world that you are a an al’ mighty hunter

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/12 at 05:01 AM

Not jealous here Ken.  The fact is, Tim is just lucky he hasn’t been caught by authorties yet for trespassing.  I know he has been on CILCO, one of my dad’s old bosses caught him once on there. Only employees are allowed on there (except the special draws they have) and the boss caught him on there.  Somday he will be caught.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/12 at 09:15 AM

Kwright- just how well do you know Mr. Wells??? If you think that the people that are slamming on him are all wrong than come to Fulton county and ask around about him. I think that you will find that he is not the darling of our communitee. Also take a trip out to his high fenced place and hand feed the deer while you are there, then tell us all how great and wonderful Mr. Wells is!!!!

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/12 at 02:24 PM

blah, blah, blah.  As far as I am concerned the hunting world has been skewed by individuals like Tim Wells.  Whether he hunts 95% fair chase and the other 5% on a high fenced area its still a high fenced hunt.  As far as I am concerned they can throw ALL the high fenced game ranch hunts in the garbage.  As for Wells jaded past, only he knows.  My suggestion for his show.  Stick to bowhunting, its what he does best.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/12 at 09:24 PM

Theres fine line between a hunter and a killer if you truly love the sport it’s not what you hang on the wall.The killers are the I I guys the hunters are the guys that just hope that trophy just might come by and can jump that fence.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/13 at 07:51 AM

bigb#1 - great post.  no matter what some of these people are saying, it’s just jeolousy.  He is making a living doing what most of us wish we could be doing.  I would like to defend Jared also here.  This guys plays football starting in August through January.  He misses most bowhunting fall adventures.  I don’t hold anything against him wanting to kill an animal with a spear in a high fence.  It was a cool video and I enjoyed watching.  I don’t remember ever seeing Tim shoot something in a High Fence hunt.  Tim and Jared good luck with the show, I can’t wait to see your shows in the future.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/13 at 10:37 AM

30pt buck, ya were jealous. Right?  You must be members of the Relentless pursuit fan club or his neighbor.  I happen to love my job, it has security.  Its called a canned hunt and I could care less who does it.  I got a goat I could paint like a Tahr and we could put it on some big rocks and someone could shoot it all for the price of $1000.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/13 at 06:10 PM

Tim and his family are great people. I’ve met a handful of others in his position that would rather you just disappear than waste their time chatting with you. Whenever I see Tim, which isn’t often, he takes a little of his time to chat and see what’s up. The man can do whatever he wants. Hunting shows aren’t the only thing he’s got his hand in. Be glad he puts his skill out there for you to see in the first place. He doesn’t have to. We’ve all heard the stories and so has he. Instead of closing his doors to all of us he just keeps hunting in the public eye. If you hate what he does so much, go buy your w-mart cheapo video camera and make a better show. Sure, you might get a few good hunts in. Edit that for a 50 minute showing to not just your hunting pals, but armchair hunters like yourselves that can sit and nitpick repetitiously on a blog where you’re completely anonymous. Go put some meat in the freezer. I’m done.

Posted by JMcCullum on 11/14 at 12:48 PM

Any killing of an animal behind a high fence is artificial.  Whether done by a an owner of a fast food sandwich store or a recognizable celebrity, it is controlled and fake.  Is it legal?  Sure.  If I pay several thousand for a 200 inch high fence buck, will I feel I earned it?  Some folks have the money to buy the experience most of the folks reading this site yearn to experience, but in the real world.  Throwing a spear at an elk or bear.  I imagine most don’t care to see that.  Some folks have a lot of disposable income and wish to play hunter.  Some legit hunters want to exploit the sport to sell a shock video.  They aren’t doing most of us any favor.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/14 at 06:46 PM

i can’t wait to see the next hunt with blowguns for rattlesnakes, or spears for pigs. tim wells is not good for the sport of hunting! why would anybody think spearing a penned animal is an accomplishment? very few people as far as i can see by the above posts!i don’t want this goober anywhere near where i hunt!

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/16 at 10:07 AM

maybe some of you are mad because you will never be a skilled hunter like Tim Wells?? Tim and his family are great people period. do any of you “anti canned so-called hunters” fish?? gee i think those lakes and ponds were stocked at some point. maybe not everybody has a place to hunt and wishes to go to a preserve to take there trophy. (oh gee, i never thought of that)  or maybe some people just want to hunt at a high fence area instead of being a idiot and bashing people on posts like this.Tim Wells has done more good for the sport than most folks can imagine, iam sure some of you are jealous and cant stand his sucess…also by the way,do a little research and find out how much revenue preserve hunts bring in for the state of ohio…its just business, like it or not

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/16 at 05:47 PM

Jeff 20/20 that’s what most are saying—-TAME VS WILD!

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/16 at 05:53 PM

My debate is not about the person.  Its about the product.  A land behind a high fence was stocked with deer grown/bred for certain qualities.  The trophy isn’t even eligible for trophy recognition.  Paying extra money doesn’t make the harvest legit.  The so-called hunter(buyer) may be low skilled or highly skilled.  Doesn’t matter.  If its just business, then why do some insist on calling it hunting.  Its expensive farming for a well heeled clientele.  But that description would ruin the marketing plan.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/16 at 06:36 PM

Take a plane find big buck, offer landowner $$$$ if says no again——- That’s why he calls it RELENTLESS PURSUIT!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/17 at 08:31 AM

somebody needs to tell us all the great things he does for hunting. as far as the so-called jelousy thing goes, if Lampe write a story about myles keller, don kiske, jay gregory, gene or barry wensel or the drury brothers he won’t get anywhere near the negative feedback.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/18 at 11:22 AM

I’VE KNOWN TIM FOR QUIT A FEW YEARS,I’VE DONE ALOT OF BOW WORK FOR HIM AND HIS FAMILY IN THE PAST.I’M NOT SURE IF I AGREE WITH EVERYTHING THAT TIM HAS DONE WITH HIS STYLE OF HUNTING,BUT NONE OF US ARE WHAT YOU WOULD CALL TOTALLY FAIR CHASE.I’M NOT KNOCKING ANYONE OR WILL I.WE ARE ALL TO BLAME FOR WHAT HUNTING HAS BECOME.IT’S NO LONGER HUNTING AN SPENDING TIME WITH YOUR CHILDREN OR GRANKIDS HUNTING.IT’S BECOME NOTHING BUT WHO HAS THE MOST MONEY.WE ALL NEED TO SIT BACK AN TRY TO GET THIS UNDER CONTROL AGAIN, FOR OUR CHILDRENS HUNTING FUTURE AND THE CHILDRENS FUTURE HUNTING.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/22 at 08:47 PM

IN ME POST THAT SAYS WE NEED TO SIT BACK,I STATED THAT WRONG.WHAT MEANT TO SAY WAS THAT,THOSE OF US THAT ARE REALLY CONCERNED ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING TO HUNTING IN IL.NEED TO JOIN TOGETHER AN TRY TO GET THINGS UNDER CONTROL FOR THE FUTURE OF OUR CHILDREN AND THERE CHILDREN BEFORE ITS TO LATE.WHICH I HAVE SEEN FIRST HAND IN FULTON COUNTY.THIS BICKERING BACK AN FORTH IS NOT GETTING US ANYWHERE.MAYBE THERE SHOULD BE A MEMBERSHIP STARTED THAT JUST CONSENTS OF JUST AVERAGE JOE HUNTERS.NO OUTFITTERS, NO PRO BALL PLAYERS,NO BIG MONEY PEOPLE,JUST BASIC HUNTERS THAT ARE REALLY CONCERNED ABOUT HUNTING AND THE ANIMAL OR BIRD THAT IS BEING HUNTED

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/22 at 10:06 PM

So, what exactly is the argument here?  Unfair hunts?  Well, if thats the case, i guess we should start with belittling all the orange-wearing gun hunters across the country.  I myself, am just a bowhunter due to the challenge.  This is also that reason that I dont buy all the products such as scentblock, urine, rattle bags, latest camo, or the ever popular scentless shampoos that will leave you odorless, yet with the soft hair that will make your hunt most manageable for your boasting with your buddies.  Don’t get me wrong.  Gun hunting has its place and so do “advantage increasing” products.  Each skill level is different, so each hunter has a different style of hunting.  So, if a man kills an animal with a rock or spear while wearing mismatched camo and no sights on his bow…how is this unfair?  If unfair is the issue, then I guess that we should save guns for noone but drug dealers and shampoos for the the salon.
As far as fair chase hunts, I’ve followed Tim around the country for 4 years filming hunts of animals that some haven’t even heard of and I dont really remember doing any of it within a fence.  Yes, bison are in a fence as a harvest for meat…not for boasting.  But tell me when he has ever killed an elk, coyote, mulie, coues, bobcat, whitetail, or a fox in a pen.
But then again, I guess its always easier for little people to ridicule someone successful rather than understand their motive.

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