Mick Dodge Net Worth

The Legend of Mick Dodge Net Worth

Mick Dodge the Barefoot Sensei Reality TV Star 
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The Legend of Mick Dodge first began in 1991 when he became the Barefoot Sensei of Washington’s Olympic Hoh Rain Forest. Mick Dodge is portrayed on the National Geographic Channel as somewhat of a Mountain Man that doesn’t just survive in the woods, but thrives working in harmony with Mother Nature. Has Mick Dodge “really” been running around the Olympic Peninsula barefoot practicing his martial art skills for the past 25 years. Or is the Legend of Mick Dodge just another fake or staged Reality Show using a very convincing actor? And if so, How much is Mick Dodge Worth and how much does he make per episode?

It doesn’t take much researching Mick Dodge to realize that yes, He has been living in the Hoh Rain Forests (at least part time) for the past 25 years. Mick actually has three different terrains he lives throughout the year with the Olympic Rain Forest being one of them. Becoming a Legend as the Barefoot Sensei and practicing his martial art skills using sticks and stones is also a very real part of Mick Dodge’s everyday life. In fact, Mick Dodge and one of his partners, Jacquie Chandler, started an outdoor fitness program called The EarthGym dating back to 1994.
While Mick Dodge does indeed do a lot of things in real life as portrayed on his Reality Show, He’ll also be the first one to admit several things have been re-created from the past.

Mick Dodge found his way out of the Olympic Mountains and onto a Reddit QnA approximately a year ago with some rather interesting answers to a few of the questions. Dodge starts all his responses with the word “Yoish” learned from his sensei while practicing in Okinawa, Japan. If you’ve watched any episodes of “The Legend of Mick Dodge”, you know Mick like’s to kid around, especially with the camera crew.

In one particular episode, Dodge was portrayed as if he was starving in the woods and desperately needed to find something to eat. Low and behold Mick runs across a nice big plop of Elk crap. Mick acting like he just found a nice big juicy steak, (although a little mushy) tries convincing the camera crew (and the viewers) it might be filled with fresh larvae eggs or maybe even a few maggots. It was an instant rating’s hit for National Geographic Channel as no one could believe this rising Reality TV Star was really thinking about eating a little Elk chit and maggots on National TV. Mick set the record straight in the Reddit QnA in what was “really going on behind the scene’s” on this Reality Show simply by saying:

“Yoish! No I was not going to eat elk sh*t. I was trying to get the camera crew to eat it”.

LOL, I bet Mick thought that was funny. So did I.
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Mick Dodge Net Worth

 Aside from picking on National Geographic camera crew assigned to follow The Legend of Mick Dodge around, Mick invests the majority of the money he makes from every episode. No Mick Dodge doesn’t invest in the Stock Market or any market for that matter. He claims he doesn’t even have a savings or checking account much less a credit card.

Mick instead gives the majority of his money earned to “Olympic Mountain Earth Wisdom Circle” that’s helping build more outdoor retreats around the world. By all accounts, it looks like Mick Dodge is building up his Net Worth for a very secure retirement doing exactly what he loves. Teaching the Barefoot Sensei ways of conditioning along with promoting the EarthGym movement. Mick Dodge’s Net Worth is estimated over $250,000.00 that he graciously shares with his partners at Olympic Mountain Earth Wisdom Circle.

The Legend of Mick Dodge on National Geographic Channel
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6 thoughts on “Mick Dodge Net Worth

  • 01/05/2016 at 3:01 pm
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    Where do you get your information? Please contact Mick directly. You can find him on his fb fan page (the real one with 55K likes)

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  • 12/20/2016 at 2:02 pm
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    Does mick in all his travels,ever have any tales of a sasquatch? Washington state supposedly has a good population of them?

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    • 02/27/2017 at 7:01 pm
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      He doesn’t believe in Bigfoot, in one episode he donned a pair of Bigfoot shoes and walked around to fool the foolish Bigfoot hunters.

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  • 01/05/2017 at 12:23 pm
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    Semper Fi brother thinking and praying you wlll stay strong and being a witiness for God in His natural goodness.USMC Okinawa April 70 to April 71

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  • 02/19/2017 at 3:28 pm
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    Mick being a native of quinault and taholah you should get double pay for just being there.what a miserable place to do time.you must get alot of slugs between your toes.really miss the razor clams though.take care ill be watching for you.

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  • 02/26/2017 at 12:24 pm
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    What the heck a mountain man on Faceboa?? Really??? It sounds like you do some good things with your money but don’t you feel like a bit of a phony pretending that you’re doing all this crap when you’re not??? And if you’re a so-called reality star then why don’t you show us the real Mick Dodge??

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