Best Waterproof Duck Hunting Gloves in 2022
Glacier Glove Pro Waterfowler Waterproof Neoprene Gloves, Max 5, X-Large
DecoyPro Decoy Gloves Waterproof â€“ Elbow Length Duck Hunting Decoy Gloves Neoprene â€“ Textured Grip â€“ Insulated Waterproof Decoy Gloves Hunting - Wader Gloves
- WATERPROOF DECOY GLOVES FOR JUST $22.97! Some elbow length duck hunting decoy gloves neoprene cost $60 or more. These insulated waterproof decoy gloves are perfect for any duck hunter.
- ELBOW LENGTH DESIGN – With these elbow length waterproof decoy gloves hunting you will be able to keep your hands dry and warm while setting up and taking down your duck decoy spread.
- TEXTURED GRIP SURFACE – These decoy gloves have a specially designed grip surface on the fingers and palms so you can have a tight grip on your decoys and decoy lines as you place them in the water.
- SOFT INSULATED LINING - Designed with comfort and warmth in mind, the inside of these gloves are lined with 5mm thick soft neoprene to keep you warm and comfortable during your hunting trips.
- ONE SIZE FITS MOST (Medium to Extra Large) - Designed to fit well on a variety of hand sizes (Medium to XL) for a natural and comfortable feel.
Extreme Cold Weather PVC Coated with Thinsulate Lined Decoy Hunting Gloves, 330, Size: One Size Fits Most
- Waterproof sandy finish with rough grip is perfect for duck hunting, fishing, trapping, crabbing and snow blower
- Long extended gauntlet cuff to keep snow, ice and lake water out during winter. Keeps hands dry. Great for field dressing deer and working waterfowl
- Ideal for extremely freezing cold or icy wet weather. Perfect for warm hands during the hunt! Great Drake Gloves!
- Brown glove color helps hunters blend in to wilderness
- 100% PVC Coating / Lining: 100% Thinsulate Insulation (better than fleece)
Glacier Glove Aleutian Full-Fingered Neoprene Fleece Lined Glove (Max 5, Large)
- Made of highest quality material
- Manufacturer: Glacier Glove
- Glacier Glove aleutian neoprene large full finger - Camo
Decoy Glove, Large
- 100% Waterproof
- Elbow Length
- 2MM Fleece Lined Neoprene
- Seamless Palm Design
- Sharkskin Textured Palm
STORMR Realtree Max 5 Stealth Gauntlet Neoprene Decoy Water Proof Hunting Gloves (Realtree Max 5, Large)
- High Stretch Premium Neoprene, Micro-Fleece Lining
- Durable Hi-Grip Palm Anatomical Fit
- 5mm Total Thickness
- Glued & Internal Blind-Stitched Seams
- Waterproof and Windproof Realtree Max-5 camo pattern
Glacier Glove Alaska Pro Camo Waterproof Insulated Glove, Advantage, Large
- Water Proof
- Poly Insulation
- Genuine Leather Palm
Banded White River Insulated Glove - MAX5 - Large
- Sheds waterproof breathable technology
- Genuine leather palm construction
- 6oz HARS insulation technology around palms
- 100% Leather
DecoyPro Touchscreen Lightweight Hunting Gloves for Men Camo â€“ Textured Grip Palm Camo Gloves for Men Hunting â€“ Soft Lining Mens Hunting Gloves â€“ One Size Fits Most L to XL Camo Gloves Hunting
- HUNTING GLOVES / CAMO GLOVES FOR JUST $14.97 AND FREE SHIPPING! Some camo gloves for hunting cost $40 or more per pair. These hunting gloves for men camo are perfect to use as bow hunting gloves, turkey hunting gloves, deer hunting gloves and duck hunting gloves.
- TOUCHSCREEN FINGER TIPS – These camo gloves hunting are specially designed for touch screen use with the index finger and thumb. These make prefect hunting gloves for men because you can use your smart phone without having to take your hands out of your gloves.
- ONE SIZE FITS MOST (MENS L to XL) SIZE - Designed to fit well on most men’s large to extra-large hands for a natural and comfortable feel.
- TEXTURED GRIP PALMS & FINGERS – These camo hunting gloves have a specially designed grip surface on the fingers and palms to give you a tight grip on your bow, rifle or shotgun.
- SOFT LINING MENS CAMO GLOVES - Designed with comfort in mind, the inside of these camouflage gloves are soft to keep you comfortable during your hunting trips.
SITKA Gear Gradient Glove Optifade Waterfowl Medium
- GRADIENT GLOVES - Available in sizes medium, large, and x-large. (Available Colors: Timber and Marsh)
- TIGHT WOVEN JERSEY FACE - The Gradient Glove is made from a super stretch microfiber fleece that offers lightweight warmth and allows maximum dexterity for shotgun operation.
- VERSATILITY AND COMFORT - A tighter, more form-fitted cut gives it the ability of functioning as either a standalone glove, or as added warmth for the Pantanal Glove, Delta Deek Glove, or Hudson Mitt.
- SITKA Gear – We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality apparel that ensures you’re prepared to tackle any obstacle, in any element, under any condition. Check out our storefront to view our complete line up of industry leading products.
How to Get Started at Waterfowl Hunting
The very first thing you should do is tag along with an experienced friend or professional guide, to see if you even like the sport. Water fowling is quite a unique outdoor adventure.
The most important piece of equipment is your shotgun. Buy a good automatic 3 1/2" modified choke chambered gun. Remington is a good one for beginners. No sense in spending the big bucks and you find out you don't like the sport. this particular gun will be good for all your waterfowl, all you have to do to go after geese is change your shell shot size. Buy good insulated chest waders, preferably camo to match your surroundings. Buy your waders large enough so they go over all your clothing. Several manufacturers out there make good quality waders and some places you hunt you may be able to get by with hip boots, depends on location, waders are a safe bet. Once you get cold out there, you stay cold and it's not a good feeling.
Here come the decoys. It depends on the duck movement at your location. I never put out less than 200 dekes on a lake setup, and sometimes many more. I hunt a lot of backwaters where you can get by with maybe 2 dozen or less. Bird movement and body of water are the main factors. Mix them up as far as drakes and hens they don't have to be paired up like some people think. Throw a dozen teal dekes in your spread out to one side or right in front of your blind and a dozen or two geese decoys to one side. You have to weight down your dekes so get some good treated twine and plenty of weights such as pieces of rebar. Make your strings long enough so you can use decoys in deeper water when needed and last but not least mark your decoys somehow. Decoys can be bought on sale before season pretty cheap, like $25 per dozen for Flambeaus and that's a good decoy.
Depends on your hunting spot whether you'll need a boat to get to it or not. That's another big expense in itself. Private ground to duck hunt on is almost unheard of today. You either buy, lease or hunt state ground. Waterfowl hunting is very expensive and you have to really like it to get up at 3am, eat breakfast, pack some goodies to eat in the blind, coffee, and all your gear and be in your in your blind ready before daylight. I'm one of the lucky ones, all I have to do is get up, grab my gun and shell bag and go. I do it everyday of the season and have for years. Like I said water fowling is very expensive and you really have to like it. My best advise is to go with someone several times in all kinds of weather and see how well you like it before you spend a lot of money. Good luck and good hunting.