If you have a fishfinder with GPS and sonar on your boat, you’ve probably spent numerous hours staring at it, hoping to find your new favorite fishing spot. That’s just what Ohio angler Todd Caruso was doing when he stumbled across a vehicle on his Garmin echoMAP fishfinder/chartplotter combo unit, while fishing at Nimisila Reservoir in Green, Ohio.
At the time, Caruso had no idea what the story behind the car was. It could have been a key piece of evidence in a crime or an unsolved missing persons case, so he did what any good citizen and serious angler would do – call the police … but not before catching a couple nice bass and a slew of bluegill off of it!
The following day, authorities met Caruso at the lake and he navigated them to the waypoints of the vehicle’s location that he had marked on his fishfinder the previous day. Police and Ohio DNR officers sent a dive team down to see what they were working with. According to Caruso, one of the divers had mentioned that the car was still “full of fish.” As you can clearly see on the DownVü images above, fish were relating heavily to the vehicle the day before as well.
Upon pulling the car out of the lake, Caruso reported that investigators noticed old snow tires on the vehicle, bringing them to the conclusion that it was most likely an ice fishing incident in the late 80s/early 90s where the anglers abandoned the old 1975-78 Chrysler New Yorker.
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EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2016 is finally underway. The aircraft parking and campgrounds are already filling up as pilots and aviation enthusiasts flock to Wisconson. In a town where just over 66,000 is the normal population, hundreds of thousands of visitors will descend on the city over the course of this week. This year’s edition of ‘Oshkosh,’ […]
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Staying fit during pregnancy can sometimes be a challenge. Two of our Garmin Fitness ambassadors are pregnant and understand how to change your training while your body changes. They have decided to continue running throughout their pregnancy and are sharing their ups and downs when it comes to remaining active. Danielle Hartman (@daniellehartruns) is a […]
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Our G5 electronic flight instrument is now approved for installation in thousands of type-certificated fixed-wing general aviation aircraft. Installation approval is accomplished via STC with a comprehensive approved model list containing 562 aircraft models. The compact and cost-effective G5 delivers exceptional performance and reliability as a standalone primary source for aircraft attitude or turn coordination information while […]
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