MEIKLEOUR, SCOTLAND - JANUARY 15: Anglers attend the opening day of the Salmon fishing season on the River Tay at Kincalven bridge on January 15, 2019 in Meikleour, Scotland. The salmon season on the Tay and tributaries gets underway today, it is the first of the larger Scottish rivers to open and runs through to the fifteenth of October. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is set to hold a public auction of surplus and confiscated items.
The auction is being held Monday on the department's main campus in Frankfort.
Among the surplus items that the public can bid on are tools, boats, outboard motors, cars and four-wheel-drive trucks.
The department says in a news release that confiscated items being auctioned include guns, bows and hunting equipment. Under state law, only Kentucky residents can bid on confiscated items.
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