You can make your own, which can be labor-intensive. Stitch raffia grass, which is sold at such places as Mack's Prairie Wings (mackspw.com) under the name of Avery KillerWeed, onto a lightweight tan or brown jacket. Buying a field-ready suit is undeniably easier. A poncho like the Ghillie Parka ($69; redrockoutdoorgear.com) is all you'll really need for shallow marshes. The only thing to do prior to the hunt is soften the new shine a bit. Fill a 5-gallon bucket halfway with garden dirt, and dampen with water to a pancake-batter consistency. Lay the gillie flat, and brush mud onto the raffia with an old broom. Let dry, flip the poncho over, and repeat. Shake when dry to get rid of the excess.