Mountain Men’s Cast Net Worth
The Mountain Men Reality Show is now in it’s fourth successful Season on The History Channel because of the authenticity of the cast members. The Mountain Men featured in this real life Reality Show not only shows how they survive, but thrive in the wilderness living off their land. The cast members include Mountain Men Mary Meierotto, Eustace Conway, Tom Oar, Rich Lewis, Kyle Bell, Morgan Beasley, Charlie Tucker and George Michaud. They all have their own way of successfully living off the grid and living off whatever the land provides.
Cast Members of Mountain Men’s Net Worth
Marty Meierotto Net Worth
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Marty Meierotto is what you’s call a Modern Day Mountain Man/ Trapper flying a Steel Horse (Airplane) while checking his trap line 200 miles out in the middle of nowhere Alaska. Marty’s been running this Alaskan trapline where he built a cabin several years before becoming a Reality Star on Mountain Men. Marty is the “real deal” when it comes to a Modern Day Professional Trapper. He’s written several articles in “The Trapper & Predator Caller” prior to becoming a cast member on Mountain Men in his rather interesting lifestyle. Marty and his wife Dominique and daughter Noah, live in Two Rivers, Alaska, and now Celebrity Stars everyone knows in this small little town and now around the world. Marty Meierotto’s Net Worth is estimated at $250,000.00. Perhaps maybe he can now afford a new snowmobile?
Eustace Conway’s net worth has grown faster than any of the other Mountain Men featured on the Reality Show. Once living a quiet, simple lifestyle on his 1000 acres Eustace calls “Turtle Island Preserve,” the authorities came in and shut it down, in Real Life. His workshops and classes are now busier than ever.
Tom Oar’s Net Worth
Tom Oar is also a modern day trapper living on the Yaak River in Montana with his wife Nancy, and Ellie, his faithful dog. When the Oar’s first moved to Montana, they came with a chainsaw and a dream to build a cabin and live the life of a modern day mountain family. Along with the money made from trapping, Tom also makes authentic moccasins made from Elk hides tanned himself. He’s also a custom knife maker using antler handles that’s becoming highly collectible in recent years. The majority of Tom’s income before becoming a Reality Star was made going to mountain men and trapping rendezvous selling his authentic goods. Oar claims he’s never made over $20,000.00 a year before becoming one of the most famous and likable Mountain Men on TV. Not only has Tom Oar’s net worth drastically increased in recent years from the Show, He can’t keep up with all the demand for his authentic Mountain Man products. If you’d like to buy a pair of Tom Oar’s moccasins tanned the Mountain Man way, you won’t find them online. In fact, this is one Mountain Man that doesn’t have a website or even a Facebook page. Imagine that. The best way to buy Tom’s goods is still going to a rendezvous and hoping he’s not already sold out. Tom Oar’s Net Worth is estimated over $250,000.00 with more demand for his work than he can produce.
Rich Lewis Net Worth
Rich Lewis and his wife Diane are also from Montana in the Ruby Valley. Rich has a pure passion for hunting and tracking down mountain lions with his team of highly trained hound dogs. Some would say Rich becomes a bloodhound himself when the chase is on against the most feared man-eating big cat roaming the country. Because there’s not much (if any) competition for mountain lion or cougar related problems, Rich has turned his life’s passion into a successful business in high demand with the Ruby Valley Ranchers. The Lewis Family was first seen on Mountain Men Show starting in Season 2 wasting little time showing the viewers what it’s like tracking down and treeing a mountain lion in the wild. In this new Season 4, Lewis also demonstrates his abilities (and new business opportunity) against a pack of Wolves who moved into the Ruby Valley. Exactly how much it costs to hire Rich Lewis to hunt down mountain lions on your property all depends on the circumstances, but its not cheap. There’s lots of cougars roaming the country, but there’s only one Rich with his highly prized dogs. Rich Lewis’s Net Worth is $300,000.00 as near as we can tell at this time.
George Michaud’s Net Worth
George Michaud is a hardcore trapper and primitive outdoor survival expert living along the Snake River and the Tetons in the State of Idaho. Before becoming one of the most recognized Reality Stars on the Mountain Men, Michaud made all his income from the fur he traps in the winter and the hides he tans in the summer. Just like Tom Oar, the best place to buy George’s handcrafted items is at a Mountain Men Rendezvous that only comes around a few times a year. George Michaud’s Net Worth is estimated $100,000.00 with his authentic Mountain Man products now commanding top dollar.
Charlie Tucker’s Net Worth
Charlie Tucker is a modern day logger who decided to start living the Mountain Men lifestyle in the Great North Woods of Maine. While Charlie’s always made a good living in the logging business, He also had a passion for trapping in the winter time and living a simpler life in the Great Outdoors. Charlie Tucker’s Net Worth is estimated at $500,000.00 which gives him a good chance succeeding as a Modern Day Mountain Man with a little comfort.
Kyle Bell’s Net Worth
Kyle Bell runs a successful hunting guide service with his 11 year-old-son Ben, along the Cimarron Valley in New Mexico. Unlike the other Mountain Men featured in the TV Reality Show, Bell lives a comfortable lifestyle while still living as a Modern Day Mountain Man. The primary source of income for the Bell’s is his business called Folsom Outfitters providing Guided Hunts for Elk, Deer, Bear, Wild Turkey and even Buffalo. Over the years, Kyle has amassed over 45,000 acres of private land in the Cimarron Valley and an exceptional reputation for successful hunts. But hunting with a Celebrity Star doesn’t come cheap. A five day guided trophy elk hunt, for instance, costs $7,000.00 plus the license fees. It does, however, include lodging, meals and taking care of the meat and caping after a success hunt. Kyle Bell’s Net Worth is estimated at least $3 million making him the most successful Mountain Man on the Reality Show.
Morgan Beasley’s Net Worth
Morgan Beasley is the newest cast member on Mountain Men making his debut in Season 4. There’s very little information about Morgan before he moved to Alaska over ten years ago and has been living off the land ever since. Imagine if they put this guy on the new “Alone Survival Show” where the sole survivor survives in the woods as long as they can. They’d be waiting a long time for this Mountain Man that can survive for years at a time. Before Morgan joined the Cast on Mountain Men, He bought himself 37 acres of land in Alaska he finally wants to call home. The only problem is, Beasley doesn’t like to fly and not a big fan of vehicles either. So Morgan decides to go on a 250 mile hike right through some of the toughest terrains Alaska has to offer. I hope his camera crew designated to follow him was paid overtime following his interesting way of navigating in the wild. Morgan Beasley’s Net Worth is a Million Bucks as far as we’re concerned. Maybe not in dollars, yet, but in the Mountain Man lifestyle he enjoys every single day.