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Deck Boots #13772558 11/16/20 05:18 PM
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Anyone use short rubber boots like the Huk or XtraTuf deck boots when bank fishing? I mainly fish ponds that are easily accessible. The terrain would be short to medium height grass, some rock, and mud. I normally wear regular shoes but end up walking around with wet socks after a lot of wet grass or the occasional step into the mud. I wore my regular mud boots a couple of times but they are just too much. Just looking for something light and comfortable.

Re: Deck Boots [Re: DillonCan'tFish] #13772990 11/16/20 10:09 PM
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I typically enjoy hiking to locations for fishing. I run in to situations where I need grip and somewhat waterproof for the exact same situations you mention. Wet grass, water runoff, muddy banks, etc. You can get you a good pair of water resistant hikers for under $100. I actually got me a pair of Addidas Terrex hikers for $20 at Sam's or Costco, can't remember which one. They have worked really well for me. Sam's has a pair of Eddie Bauer hiking boots online for less than $30. I may take a look at those myself or North Face has a paid of hiking boots online for $30 bucks including the Gore-Tex.

Just my 2 cents.

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