A plethora of GoPro cameras were used to cover the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake. Take a look back at some of the more interesting moments captured throughout the event in this gallery from Garrick Dixon.
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Get that grass off of me.
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Fred Roumbanis leans into one on a frog.
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Lots of toothy critters swimming around in Cayuga Lake.
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Let me turn this GoPro on for you guys.
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A different scene on Cayuga this week from what we saw in Philly, but still a little industry here and there.
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No wake, no sleep. Clever.
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Brandon Palaniuk rolls a solid smallmouth into the boat on his first cast.
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Going to be a little tricky retrieving that crankbait for Todd Faircloth.
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Chris Zaldain double checks the camera angle.
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Busted. David Jones, Assistant Editor for B.A.S.S. Times magazine, gets caught shooting a photo gallery on Kevin Short's boat.
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"Better act like I'm working."
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Brent Chapman shows off a Cayuga good one.
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Kevin Short's bass says hello.
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Rain here and there throughout the event...
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... didn't seem to affect the bite.
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A good one for Clifford Pirch.
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Hackney hits 'em hard.
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"I live for this bite," said Greg Hackney about flipping grass this week.
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Big one in the boat for Freddy "Boom Boom" Roumbanis.
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Kevin Short describes how swollen the fish are on Cayuga this week.
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Get ready time.
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A quick look back stage.
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Brandon Palaniuk led on Day 1 and eventually finished the event in 8th.
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A little rain starting to fall on JVD.
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Justin Lucas enjoys a sunrise to start another day at the office.