Jon boats are great for duck hunting, which is why so many owners decide to paint them a camouflage pattern. But unfortunately, many of the covers you can buy aren’t in a camo style. And that’s a sticking point, because if you go camo, you want everything to be camo.

Thankfully though there are a few camo Jon boat covers on the market which you can buy, despite them being hard to track down. Below you can see a selection of what I believe to be the best camouflage Jon boat covers, with reasons from me why you should choose one of them, and where you can find them on sale.

Komo camo Jon boat cover (see prices)

This is the camo cover I personally own for my Jon boat. I love it and have had no problems with it now for 18 months.

The marine grade fabric is of high quality, and you can easily place a support pole inside to add the pitch you need to let snow, rain, and debris drain off. You won’t get any pooling with this cover, as long as you have the cover pitched.

If there was one complaint it would be that it could do with more tie down loops in the cover as I did have a couple of annoying gaps.

  • Comes in 10-foot, 12-foot, and 14-foot sizes
  • Covers beams up to 62 inches wide
  • Ideal for trailering or protecting it from the elements while being stored
  • Constructed of marine-grade super-duty 600 denier Polyester fabric with polyurethane coating for maximum durability, breathability, and longevity
  • Included accessories: Trailer/Tie Down Straps along
  • Includes convenient carrying bag

Leader Accessories camouflage Jon boat cover (see prices)

The Leader camo Jon boat cover should arrive within a couple of days if you order from Amazon. You unwrap the package which comes with very clear and step by step instructions – not that it’s complicated to use! 

My friend uses this one on his two seat Jon boat. He tells me that the material is of a really high quality and has held up exceptionally well for 2 years now with diverse weather including rain, heavy snow, and beating down summertime sun – with no UV damage.

You get tie down ropes and trailering straps and can buy a support too if your seats don’t pitch the cover up enough to let rain drain off.

  • Comes in 10-foot, 12-foot, and 14-foot sizes
  • Covers beams up to 52 inches wide
  • MoorGuard polyester with Urethans coated and weather protected
  • Tie down loop and braided rope included
  • Elastic cord sewn along the entire bottom hem
  • Two air vents reduce inside moisture
  • Polyester construction
  • Includes meshed storage bag

Brand and model specific covers

Those ones above are universal covers. You can also buy camo boat covers specific to your brand and model, but they are a lot more expensive as you can probably imagine. Use the links below to go direct to the brand of your choice.

Read my Jon boat cover buying guide

When you buy a cover, there are certain considerations you need to take into account, including:

  • Air vents to prevent moisture build-up
  • Shock cords, tie downs, and straps for securing
  • Trailering straps to tow safely
  • Heavy duty and weatherproof polyester fabric
  • Re-enforced fabric and seams
  • Outboard motor coverage and protection
  • Cover supports if the seats don’t do the trick
  • Manufacturer warranty and guarantee

To find out more, read my cover guide.

You might also like…

Whilst looking into camo Jon boat covers, I found a great video of some guys who painted their Jon in camouflage colors. It’s a really easy and quick way of doing so and uses cheap stencils and paint to achieve the end result. I also recommend that you read my guide on how to paint an aluminum boat. It has pictures and a step by step process.

More Jon boat resources

You can read more about my life and fun with my Jon in my dedicated Jon Boat Blog. I’ve listed some of the most useful content below: