As fall sets in, the first gloves a lot of people turn to are wool or fleece cut-off gloves with mittens that cover the fingers. Both these materials will help keep you warm even when they get wet. Depending on your personal tolerance, they’ll help into the freezing weather. I wear these when the temperatures drop into the 20°F range. Once thing I add if there is a lot of wind is some nitrile exam gloves underneath them. The exam gloves help keep some of the bite off of your skin. The exam gloves are not very durable especially if you are casting a spinning reel filled with braid so bring some extra with you.
Once the temperature drops below the 20°F range and you are breaking ice to find open water, the best option I have found is neoprene full-fingered glove. They come in several variations, but my favorite have a fleece lining that adds an insulations layer NRS has several options that will fit most conditions. Another option that is new to the market in the past couple of years is the Stormr line of gloves. These gloves were designed for the serious surf fishermen in Northeast, and will work equally as well for kayakers. The Stormr gloves are fleece-lined neoprene gloves, but also have Kevlar reinforcement to protect the fingers from your fishing lines.