In this paper, we evaluate the hypothesis that bump arrays can be used to separate particles from turbulent flows entering the array. Microfluidic bump arrays are known for separating particles by size from laminar inlet flows. However, turbulent inlet flows have not been explored but become important as microfluidic bump arrays are scaled up to mesofluidic bump arrays. We find experimentally that particle separation is indeed effective at higher Reynolds numbers. These experimental findings portend industrial scale particle separation due to the higher flow rates they facilitate.