Anyone have any creative ways of drying wet boots when you are hunting places that are too moist for air-drying. Any suggestions have to be lighter than carrying a second pair of boots.
I was thinking of taking a sham wow or other absorbant cloth and wadding it in my boots overnight, but I've never tried this. The advantage over a regular towel is that I would think it is lighter and more easily wrung out. If it works, I'm thinking that a pair of socks or a shirt rolled up in a sham wow may work too.
Anyone ever tried this or have any other methods? Right now, I carry a lot of socks which works somehwhat, but once the boots are soaked they never really dry out.
Obviously the best defence is preventing getting wet, but if I spend any legnth of time in the peninsula or southeast the best most people can do is delay getting wet for a few days or maybe even a week but at some point, I always end up wet.