I don't think I could find just one boot to fit that temperature range.
I like Lacrosse knee high rubber boots for most of my tureky hunting. Other hunting too for that matter, like ruffed grouse and deer etc. I have an uninsulted pair for warmer weather and an insulated pair for cold weather. I tried the boots with neopreme on the uppers, but they only lasted 1 hour before I tore the fabric. I run 2 pairs of uninsulated boots as my feet do sweat in them and I alternate the boots to let them dry. Lacrosse makes a felt boot liner that icreases comfort significantly. I throw out the liner the boot came with and use the felt ones.
In the mountains when its dry I have some Danner Pronghors I use. When its wet I go with the Lacrosse rubber boots.
I tried those lace up Rocky boots once but did not like them. They leaked eventually (as ALL Gortex boots do IME) and I had to get up 15 minutes earlier every morning to lace them up.