Turn up the heat, pour on the humidity, and sit in a boat with holes throughout the hull bottom (designed that way to let water flow in and out of the boat).
It's moist, let's just say that.
All day in the sun, that's pretty bad, but you can use the water to cool off.
In the rain though, especially those tumultuous thunderstorms that sit over your head all day long and soak you through to the bone, the heat is even worse.
Rain gear just turns your insides to liquid.
Sleeping in is a waste of daylight. Do what you love––go fishing.
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