For most of my years I've been of a ballcap persuasion. I have a local fly shop that I support and they support me. I've been invited by them for the past several years to spend a few hours during the winter in a tying demo, so I appreciate their support and to show it I usually wear their hats for photos and such, so I've become used to wearing a ballcap with their logo.
When there's weather I make sure to wear my Gore-Tex PacLite jacket which has a hood that accomodates ballcaps, but not other types of hats, so I stick with the ballcap.
I do have a fedora style that I like to wear from time-to-time, yet I still prefer the ballcaps.
Here are a few examples:
A couple of years ago in Alaska - my Jimmy's All Season Angler cap:
On the Henry's Fork, again Jimmy's hat:
Trip to the Big Horn this past spring with LaMoyne Hyde of Hyde driftboats, again my Jimmy's hat:
Immediately upon our return from the Big Horn LaMoyne gave me a new hat!:
Just 30-seconds after this picture was taken, my friend, Bob Jacklin drove up to check out the water. I was glad to be wearing his logo hat at the time!
Every now and again I'll fall back to my old fedora for a good day's fishing:
There has been a lot of discussion over the years as to what hats are best or better and why. I go with what's most comfortable. Since losing most of my hair over the years there is one thing that I'm never without when outdoors, and that's a hat. Not because I don't have any hair up there, but because I don't like getting blistering sunburns on my noggin!