FRANKFORT, Ky. (FOX 56) — The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife is conducting its annual public auction of surplus and confiscated items on Oct. 23. The over 300-item catalog includes vehicles, firearms, cameras, and more.

Registration for the live auction opens at 7:30 a.m. and will begin at 10 a.m. The department said the auction will be held outdoors, rain or shine, on the department’s headquarters campus at 1 Sportsman’s Lane in Frankfort.

Items are sold as-is and will not be available for inspection prior to the sale. Some items, like firearms, will require a criminal background check. ​

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife surplus, confiscated goods:

The auction will accept cash, checks, certified checks, credit cards, or debit cards. Final pricing will include a buyer’s premium and surcharge for credit or debit card use. Checks over $5,000 will require a bank letter guaranteeing payment. ​​



The department said parking will be limited to designated areas on campus. Game Farm Road west of the upper and lower sportsman’s lakes will be restricted to residential traffic only on the day of the auction. Portable restroom facilities will be available to the public.