Hill said representatives from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will be present to answer questions and hear comments from hunters and anglers.
"The input of constituents is an invaluable resource that we all use on a daily basis in making key decisions within the Tennessee General Assembly," Hill said. "Your thoughts, concerns and suggestions allow us to keep a pulse on our communities and represent your interests to the best of our abilities."
Hill said hunters and fishermen frequently have questions about the regulations and practices of the TWRA. He said he expects a good turnout for this chance to speak directly to TWRA representatives.