This is not the first, nor will it be the last story about a jilted lover giving up the coordinates to priceless fishing hotspots! A story from New Zealand tells of a woman (Angela Potter) who made $3000 by selling off the coordinates from her exes GPS receiver.
After their breakup the former boyfriend packed up his stuff in the scorned woman's suitcase, took off to Australia, and refused to send back the luggage. As the old adage proclaims, she didn't get mad, she got even.
After her ex had left her in the lurch, Angela found the GPS device in the garage. To recoup the cost of her missing suitcase, she decided to try selling the sought after fishing spot locations saved on the GPS.
To Ms. Potter's surprise and delight she received a bid, on trademe.co.nz, of $3000! When asked if she would share the coveted locations with others, she demurely replied "I wouldn't do that. I'm fairly honorable in that respect."
Let this be a lesson to all those with lucky fishing spots, hunting grounds or buried treasure. Don't leave your GPS where a former flame holding a grudge can find it!