DIY Duck Blind
There are lots of ways to hide in the marsh. Some folks have published their red-neck engineering for others to incorporate their own ingenuity as needed. Here is what I've found so far.
Weaving A Mat In the Field...another means to DIY and weave a mat...phragmites is another aggressive perennial that you shouldn't try to spread to unimpacted wetlands...but if that is what you have and you're trying to blend, I guess it would work.
How to make a grass mat for a blind for duck and goose hunting....but don't use reed canary grass as he does in the video...horribly invasive and not good for ducks...Prairie cord grass is a better option if you have access to it.
Blackhawk! Pro Shooter’s Forearm Sleeve
Field and Stream says the Avery Outdoor’s Killer Ghillie is a practical ghillie suit for the waterfowler...ahh, but is it cocklebur proof?
Gear Review: A Practical Ghillie Suit for Waterfowlers
Folbot Sporting Life Model featuring Realtree Max-4 Camo...nice concept, portable kayak that folds up into a backpack, only weighs 40 lbs... couple of knocks are the price tag, potential durability in rocky stream system and myself, and limited storage due to weight constraints 300 lbs (add your dog, decoys, and yourself and probably maxed it out)
Blind that was adjustable so I could use it on my canoe as well as a small Jon boat. Used 3/4" EMT conduit.
Homemade adjustable boat duck blind.
Kayak, camo netting, raffia grass, ridge pole" of PVC by just bending a thin pipe between the two rear flush mount rod holders
galvanized rods from hurricane fences, 550 paracord, and quick release buckles for frame on nucanoe for duck blind