I’m starting to plan for a future hunt possibly for black tail in SE Alaska. My childhood buddy and I who I bear hunt with every fall in the UP of Michigan have been talking about a hunt to Alaska for black tail for a couple of years now. One common theme has been “plan on being wet”. I’ve asked around about rain gear and what I hear is if it’s breathable you’ll get wet. If it’s rubberized and rain proof you’ll sweat your arse off and be wet so just plan on being wet. So, what to do? Should I just use the old military goretex I have and get some clothes that dry out fast and wick water or what? Or is being soaked inevitable and just embrace the suck. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Any tips on good no nonsense water wicking and fast, easy drying clothes would be great. No need for fancy namebrands either , my career with GQ is long over. I can use them for chasing hounds and bears in September at the very least to break them in. Thanks.