By KEVIN NAZE
Country music superstar Luke Combs is the honorary chairman for the 50th annual National Hunting & Fishing Day Saturday.
Combs, the reigning Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year, is an avid outdoorsman who encourages everyone to get involved in the great outdoors.
Established in 1972, National Hunting & Fishing Day celebrates and recognizes hunters, anglers and recreational shooters for their contributions to fish and wildlife conservation and to society.
More than 50 million Americans fish and hunt, contributing billions to both economic activity and conservation efforts through license fees and taxes paid on fuel and gear.
Many outdoorspeople are also directly involved in conservation organizations that help protect, improve or purchase habitat that benefit both game and nongame species.
More than $57 billion has been raised for conservation through license fees and excise…