I hike in either old Vasque boots or Merrell trail runners. For the snow, lately I've been wearing my Alpina Montana cross country ski (nnnbc) boots--except for the toe bar, you'd think you were wearing regular (but well insulated) hiking boots. Fishing, I just wet wade in Chacos, but they get rocks in them all the time.everyday winter boots: mid-height waterproof Keens, with Kahtoola nano-spikes when warranted. Tungsten mini-crampons really bite in the ice.
deep snow or serious sub-zero: Sorels
summer/shoulder season: low rise Oboz hiking shoes, non-waterproof (and thus breathable).
bar boots: Tony Lama or Tacoma.
XC ski boots: Alpina.
Fishing boots: Simms.
Backpacking boots: Obóz waterproof full-height.
We wear boots a lot in Montana, I guess.