Chad Belding of “The Fowl Life” joins The Revolution this week with tips to make the most of every hunt. Chad says that location is everything and above all, you have to be where the birds are in order to be successful. He’ll discuss concealment and says that while many hunters like cloudy stormy days, he prefers cold sunny days instead. Chad will explain why when the sun is bright and the wind is up, your concealment doesn’t have to be as perfect to pull in ducks as it does on a cloudy day. He’ll also discuss calling and says there is a big difference between blowing a duck call and operating a duck call. He encourages rookie duck hunters to focus on becoming a proficient caller – learning control, cadences and timing. Chad says that calling is a lot about a hunter’s ability to read and react to a duck’s body language, as well as understand that ducks are going to want to hear different things on different days. Tune in for great tips in this special two part interview with Chad Belding of “The Fowl Life” on Outdoor Channel.