10 Best Rubber Boots For Turkey Hunting
Updated on: May 2023
Best Rubber Boots For Turkey Hunting in 2023
LaCrosse Men's 18" Burly Classic Hunting Boot,OD Green,11 M US
Muck Woody Arctic Ice Extreme Conditions Men's Winter Hunting Boots with Arctic Grip Outsole
- 8 mm neoprene provides comfort and flexibility, along with excellent waterproofing, shock absorption and heat retention properties; adjusts to your foot shape to resist blisters and chafing
- Soft fleece lining and 2 mm thermal foam under footbed enhances comfort, provides superior warmth, and is durable for long cold treks; comfort rated from -60 °F to 30 °F (-50 °C to -1 °C)
- Comfort topline keeps out moisture while locking in heat; EVA contoured, molded midsole for premium comfort; extended rubber coverage and tough Spandura adds protection against wear
- Vibram Arctic Grip outsole pods deliver the most advanced traction on wet ice; Vibram Icetrek full base layer provides the highest level of traction on dry ice
- 100% waterproof winter boots; multi-directional outsole lug design offers excellent traction on multi-surface terrain; rear pull loop for easy on/off
Guide Gear Men's High Camo Bogger Rubber Boots, Realtree Edge, 10D (Medium)
HUNTSHIELD Menâ€™s Neoprene Muck Boot | Insulated Waterproof Rubber Hunting Boot | Size 10 Camouflage
- REALTREE XTRA CAMO: Our REALTREE Xtra camo pattern blends perfectly year-round in a variety of habitats and seasons. Perfect for fall weather throughout winter, and again in early spring before the summer greenery hits.
- SECURE ELASTIC CUFF: The elastic cuff snugs calf to seal in warmth while keeping cold and debris out. The high-grade rubber exterior provides an additional waterproof barrier for extra toughness in more difficult terrain.
- 4MM NEOPRENE INSULATION: Provides comfort, flexibility, and warmth along with excellent waterproofing and great overall heat retention. The scent free fleece lining provides exceptional warmth in cooler environments, making our boots perfect for the fall to spring seasons.
- 100% WATERPROOF: High-grade rubber exterior provides extra toughness and makes for a 100% waterproof hunting boot; EVA contoured midsole, and the PU comfort insole allows for lightweight cushioning, shock absorption and comfort.
- PRECISE TRACTION AND STABILITY: Aggressive rubber outsole with reinforced toe cap allows for maximum protection and stability with an integrated heel kick for easy on/off.
Irish Setter Men's 4883 Rutmaster 2.0 17" 800-Gram Rubber Boot, Mod Country Camo, 12 E US
- 17-inch pull-on rubber hunting boot with vulcanized rubber-3.5mm Neoprene and 1200 gram Primaloft insulation
- UltraDry Waterproofing System
- RPM Composite technology to reduce weight without sacrificing comfort or durability
- ScentBan technology to kill odor-causing bacteria
- ExoFlex Technology allows for easy on and off with locked-in fit
LaCrosse Menâ€™s Grange 18â€ Hunting Boot,OD Green,10 M US
- Hand-laid premium ZXT Rubber for durable, waterproof, scent-free protection
- ZXT Rubber is ozone, abrasion and tear resistant with added tensile strength. Traction- Best for All-Terrain, Slip Resistant
- Multilayer rubber on the toe and heel plus a double-layer, ribbed vamp for added durability
- Ankle Fit locks the heel in place and top strap is adjustable for a comfortable, secure fit
TideWe Hunting Boot for Men, Insulated 400G Men's Hunting Boot, 600D Durable Nylon Cloth Anti-Slip 16" Breathable Side-Zip Hunting Boot Realtree Edge Camo Size 9
- Insulated: 400G 3M Thinsulate ultra insulation, along with 600D nylon upper provides extra toughness and warm hunting boot.
- Breathable & Durable: Anti-Tear 600D Nylon upper material and rubber outsole make the hunting boot resistant to abrasions, tears, and scuffs
- Anti-Slip: Self-cleaning ribbed outsole wraps perimeter for maximum stability and performance in mud and snow，protective rubber exteriors resist punctures while providing ample flexibility.
- Lightweight and Comfortable: The Tidewe hunting boots apply a highly durable and light 600D nylon design instead of the commonly seen rubber shell. Tread comfortably and hunt confidently through the most aggressive terrain.
- AFFORDABLE INNOVATION: Although TideWe hunting boots have many incredible features, including 400G 3M Thinsulate, breathable mesh lining, lightweight and durable rubber soles, the best feature is its low, affordable price. It is the best all-around snake hunting boot for every hunter. One Year Incredible Total Peace of Mind Warranty!
Irish Setter Men's 4882 Rutmaster 2.0 17" Uninsulated Rubber Boot, Camo, 11 E US
Guide Gear Men's 15" Insulated Rubber Boots, 400-grams, Realtree Edge, 8D (Medium)
Lacrosse Men's Aerohead Sport Snake Boot 17" Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Hunting Shoes, 12 M US
- Removable insole
- Removable EVA Footbed
- Insulation- 3.5mm Neoprene, Polyurethane.Traction- Best for Mud, Snow
Turkey Hunting Tips: Pre-Season Scouting
Turkey hunters who don't scout in the pre-season aren't as likely to bag their bird in the spring as those who get the jump on turkey hunting before opening day.
Simply put, turkey hunters who don't scout in the pre-season aren't as likely to bag their bird in the spring as those who get the jump on turkey hunting before opening day.
Of course, scouting turkey hunting ground too early isn't advisable. In the winter turkeys travel in flocks segregated by maturity and sex. Turkey flocks will often travel long distances looking for food. So if you scout months in advance you are liable to see some birds that won't be there on opening day.
The most valuable scouting for spring turkey hunting takes place about 10 days before the turkey hunting season begins. By that time the weather will (hopefully) be warming and the turkey flock dynamic will be stabilizing. Mature male turkeys (toms) will be struting and fighting around the hens and any information you gather will likely help you on opening day.
There are other good reasons to scout in a 10 day window before turkey hunting season opens. Unless you have all the time in the world and are just bored, scouting for two months is a waste of time and energy. Better to save your trips for when they will do the most good.
Another important point in turkey hunting scouting is to scout correctly. If you are calling birds like crazy before opening day you are doing it wrong.
While it may be fun to practice calls and bring gobblers to you it is ultimately harmful to your activities during the season if you do it too much. All it does is educate the turkeys and make them less likely to be fooled when the real hunting starts.
You want to use calls to locate turkeys only if necessary. If you cannot locate the birds without them then a few calls become necessary. But don't call them to you like the Pied Piper or you'll hurt your chances during turkey hunting season.
The best time for scouting is pre-dawn and dawn. Get into position, wait, and listen. Don't call at all, hopefully if you are in a good position and can hear for long distances you will be able to locate the gobblers. If not, locator calls become necessary but don't go straight to hen calls.
Scouting later in the day is a time to look for signs like turkey habitat, droppings, beds, and scratching. If you are scouting near sunset look to the sky, as the turkeys fly up for the night.
Pre-season scouting also helps you locate new areas to hunt. Although "old reliable" areas are fine you are cheating yourself and limiting your opportunities if you are too inflexible. Visiting new areas is easier when you are scouting than when you are turkey hunting as you are not under extreme time pressures.
Turkey hunting is great fun but scouting for toms and hens before the spring turkey hunting season starts is a valuable exercise as well, and one that can be just as fun and yield great rewards come turkey hunting season.