Fulton Fish Market, a family-owned fish market in the Fulton County, Georgia, has sold out of its first-ever Thanksgiving fish.
According to the Fulton Fish and Game Commission, they expect the market to sell out by mid-November.
The market is owned by the Fulton Water District, and it’s been on a steady run since December, when the market started selling out of their first fish of the season.
The fish market’s first Thanksgiving fish, called the Fiddlehead, is now the only fish of its kind, as far as the public is concerned.
The market was established in 1927.
It’s one of the largest fish markets in the state, with more than 400 fish available for purchase.
They’re also one of Fulton’s most popular tourist attractions.
The fish are usually caught in one of two ways: by hand or by using a combination of net and hook, which can take up to an hour.
The fish are sold in large, plastic crates.
The prices range from $3.50 for a small bluegill to $10 for a redgill.
The Fiddleheads have been popular with people looking to enjoy a turkey dinner and have a good time.
For those that want to catch a whole fish, they’re available on a first come, first serve basis.
They are only available during Thanksgiving.
To celebrate the fish market opening, they will be holding a special “Black Tie” dinner, with live music.
The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and will be free to the public.
[h/t: Fox News]