10 Best Snake Boots For Turkey Hunting

Updated on: September 2022

Best Snake Boots For Turkey Hunting in 2022


Rocky Men's 16" Prolight Waterproof Snakeproof Hunting Boot Camouflage 12 D(M) US

Rocky Men's 16
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

LaCrosse Men’s Grange 18” Hunting Boot,OD Green,13 M US

LaCrosse Men’s Grange 18” Hunting Boot,OD Green,13 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • 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

TideWe Hunting Boot for Men, Insulated 400G Men's Hunting Boot, 600D Durable Nylon Cloth Anti-Slip 16
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • 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!

Danner Men's Sharptail Snake Boot 17 Inch Dark Brown Hunting Boot , 11.5 D(M) US

Danner Men's Sharptail Snake Boot 17 Inch Dark Brown Hunting Boot , 11.5 D(M) US
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Waterproof, full-grain leather upper with lightweight 900 denier nylon
  • Snake-proof protection
  • GORE-TEX waterproof, breathable lining
  • Rear gusset with rugged hardware offers adjustable fit and long-lasting performance
  • Cushioning Ortholite footbed

Irish Setter Men's 2875 Vaprtrek Waterproof 17" Hunting Boot, Realtree Xtra Green,11.5 D US

Irish Setter Men's 2875 Vaprtrek Waterproof 17
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • 17-inch hunting boot with full grain waterproof leather and lightweight RPM technology
  • UltraDry Waterproofing system
  • SnakeGuard construction to impede fangs, thorns and other elements from penetrating boot upper
  • ScentBan technology to kill odor causing bacteria
  • ArmaTec abrasion resistant protective covering

Lacrosse Men's Aerohead Sport Snake Boot 17" Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Hunting Shoes, 12 M US

Lacrosse Men's Aerohead Sport Snake Boot 17
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Removable insole
  • Removable EVA Footbed
  • Insulation- 3.5mm Neoprene, Polyurethane.Traction- Best for Mud, Snow

Lacrosse Men's 4X Alpha Snake Boot-M, Realtree Xtra Green, Men's 10

Lacrosse Men's 4X Alpha Snake Boot-M, Realtree Xtra Green, Men's 10
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Hand laid rubber. Mild comfort zone from 0 to 70°F
  • Waterproof design ; Footbed Removable Polyurethane Footbed
  • Fiberglass shank ; Insulation : Non-Insulated

Irish Setter Men's 2873 Vaprtrek 8" Hunting Boot,Realtree Xtra Camouflage,10 D US

Irish Setter Men's 2873 Vaprtrek 8
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • 8" lace-up hunting boot with 400 gram PrimaLoft insulation, full-grain waterproof leather and Realtree Xtra Camouflage
  • UltraDry Waterproofing system
  • ScentBan technology to kill odor causing bacteria
  • RPM composite technology reduced weight while maintaining comfort and durability

Irish Setter Men's 2875 Vaprtrek Waterproof 17" Hunting Boot, Realtree Xtra Green,10 D US

Irish Setter Men's 2875 Vaprtrek Waterproof 17
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • 17-inch hunting boot with full grain waterproof leather and lightweight RPM technology
  • UltraDry Waterproofing system
  • SnakeGuard construction to impede fangs, thorns and other elements from penetrating boot upper
  • ScentBan technology to kill odor causing bacteria
  • ArmaTec abrasion resistant protective covering

LaCrosse Men's 18" Burly Classic Hunting Boot,OD Green,11 M US

LaCrosse Men's 18
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Hand-laid premium ZXT Rubber for durable, waterproof, scent-free protection
  • ZXT Rubber is ozone, abrasion and tear resistant with added tensile strength
  • 9mm wool felt midsole with polymeric foam insulation for warmth around the foot
  • 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

10 Turkey Hunting Tips

10 turkey hunting tips to make your hunt a successful one.

No. 1, real hens are stiff competition even for the best turkey caller. A hunter might be able to coax a gobbler away from one admiring female but not two, three or more.

No. 2, the turkey is there and the hunter is here. The easiest thing for the gobbler to do is stay put.

What's a hunter to do?

No. 1: Forget about calling. Forget about concealment. Forget about noise. Put on an orange cap or vest, get up and go barging in on the party. Get as close as you can and then rush in, wave your arms and yell. Try to scatter the group in all directions - especially, try to separate the gobbler from the hens.

Then set up at a calling station, get camouflaged and sit quietly for as long as it takes - maybe an hour or more. Ideally, at some point, you'll hear the birds trying to get back together with a flock call - the way they did when they were poults in a brood. With good calling, make sure that the flock, including the gobbler, gets back together close to you.

No. 2: Hunt all morning. Most hunters give up after an hour or two because usually gobbling activity tapers off or ends when the sun gets high.

But hunting can actually be better in late morning because hens usually go off to tend nests or lay eggs as the morning wears on and that leaves the gobbler to his own devices. Even the gobbler who was surrounded by hens when he came off the roost at dawn will often be looking for female companionship after 10 a.m.

No. 3: Don't call too much, especially when you seemingly have a gobbler coming your way. Calling induces him to respond with a gobble and to strut, and that stops his progress. Each stop introduces an opportunity to head in another direction, respond to another call or go do something else.

No. 4: Don't try to "work" the first gobble. Sometimes a turkey will respond to a sound (crow call, owl hoot, etc.) reflexively, even though it is for whatever reason unlikely to move toward any calling at that time.

A hunter should always elicit several gobbles, at least two, before committing to that turkey. Committing to a turkey that won't "work" will waste time better spent on a turkey that will "work."

No. 5: When you encounter a gobbler with hens, work with the hens. Sometimes hens can be called easier than gobblers, especially when there are a lot of hens still actively seeking gobblers. Hens in a group have a pecking order, and dominant hens can be induced to come challenge an intruder. Often, the gobbler will follow along.

No. 6: Use different kinds of calls. One kind of call won't work all the time. Many hunters use only hen yelps and in this era of heavy hunting pressure gobblers may encounter so many hunters using hen yelps that they learn to avoid same. Clucks, purrs and others of the vast repetoir of turkey noises often are more effective for the hunter.

No. 7: Don't educate, prior to the season, the gobblers on your hunting spot. Turkeys are capable of learning things and they certainly remember bad experiences, such as rushing to a call that sounded like a hen but turned out to be a person. Preseason scouting should not include trying to call up birds.

No. 8: Don't quit because the weather isn't right. All weather is right - every kind of weather has its advantages as well as its disadvantages. Gobblers can be called even in a pouring rain or when it's blowing a gale. The wind that obscures turkey noises also obscures hunter noises.

No. 9: Don't get discouraged when there isn't any gobbling. Some toms are just naturally quiet. Some gobble very little, some not at all. The toms that gobble the least tend to live the longest. Many respond to good calling simply by walking up without a sound.

No. 10: Don't get sloppy. When a hunter isn't hearing gobbling he or she may lose concentration and forget sound woodsmanship. Don't call on the move, don't choose poor calling stations and don't under any circumstances ignore the rules of turkey hunting safety.

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