For a time, it looked like Georgia was going to get a lucrative off-lease or sale of its hunting and fishing leases.
But the market is now on the brink of collapse.
The hunt and fishing industry in Georgia is in the midst of a massive and unprecedented auction, and it’s looking for a buyer.
In addition to a potential new leaseholder, companies are looking for deals in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, which could come in higher or lower than that.
The Georgia Game and Fish Commission announced in a statement on Thursday that the auctions for hunting and fishery leases will end on July 1, and that the auction process will be overseen by the State Board of Land and Game.
The auction for the hunting and hunting license will begin at 6 p.m. on July 2, the commission said.
The licenses will be offered for auction at the Georgia Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (DFW) Georgia State Fairgrounds and the Georgia Fish and Game Commission’s Georgia State Building.
The auctions will be conducted in two phases: The first will end in July 2019.
The second phase will end the following day.
The commission said it expects the auction to be completed by July 20.
The auctions are being conducted at the same time as the state’s new hunting and recreation license, which was announced last week.
The State Board has the authority to approve or deny all applications for licenses.
If approved, the licenses will have to be sold in the same manner as the hunting licenses.
The commission’s website says that in addition to the sale of hunting and recreational licenses, the state will also be accepting applications for new hunting licenses for the following state recreational areas: Georgia’s eastern half, and Georgia’s western half.
Georgia is a part of the United States of America, but has not yet voted on whether it will join the United Kingdom or France.
If Georgia were to join the UK, it would become part of a new country, and would become a part-time member of the EU.