OK Wildlife Department Auction Like Huge Garage Sale
By Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation
First posted on 10-23-2009
Antler collectors and wildlife enthusiasts may find a treasure at the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s upcoming miscellaneous auction, where a range of elk antlers will be available to the highest bidder.
In Oklahoma, antlers from deer and elk may be sold provided they have been detached from the skull plate.
Bargain shopping sportsmen also can find deals on a range of other outdoor gear and equipment including, boats and boat motors, trailers, pickup truck brush guards, generators, air compressors, farming equipment, 4×4 vehicles, and outdoor gear as well as power tools, office supplies and more. A full listing of auction items that will be available can be viewed online at http://www.wildlifedepartment.com/miscellaneoussale.htm .
“There’s hundreds of surplus items that will be for sale at the auction, and anybody who purchases something will be supporting the Wildlife Department at the same time,” said Johnny Hill, property manager for the Wildlife Department. “Each year, buyers walk away with some real bargains, so come join us and get in on a good deal.”
The public auction will be at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 7 at Lake Burtschi, located 11 miles west of Chickasha on SH-92. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.