It might be winter but if you live where it's warm or you're about travel, consider clothing with sun protection.
Fish hard, stay comfortable.
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Neoprene gloves get a bad wrap for most other than duck hunters. Everyone says their hands get colder while wearing such. For starters... Neoprene typically insulates better when wet. These work for that, obviously. And if you don't plan on getting your hands soaked but need a glove for the cold and some splash/waterproofing... Try these! And make sure they are not "skin tight" as I feel that's a bigger issue than the neoprene "bad label" itself. I understand fishing and dexterity issues but you need a little room in there. I recently fished an entire 29-35° tide with a glove on my reel hand while on and off of my rod hand. By shifts end, one hand was toasty and one freakin' cold! I didn't listen to the old school neoprene talk and I'm glad I didn't. Note: These pair well with the typhoon jacket(no wrist gaskets).