We covered the Elite Series on the Delaware River from all the angles via GoPro. The following is a gallery pieced together from that coverage. Edited by Garrick Dixon.
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Almost go time.
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KVD idles out.
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Terry "Big Show" Scroggins puts a big Delaware River bass in the well.
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Gerald Swindle works his way around the Delaware.
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Brett Hite is right at home with his ChatterBait on the Delaware.
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Keith Combs swigs one in on the Delaware.
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Brandon Palaniuk bags a big one.
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Vast field of vegetation line certain stretches of the Delaware River.
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A lofty view of Hank Cherry working in a marina.
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Cherry looks for a bite on vertical cover.
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Shaw Grigsby works a shallow bank.
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Freddy "Boom Boom" Roumbanis fishes along side a fallen tree.
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Boom Boom works his way into a creek while a fellow competitor works his way out.
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The driver of this boat had a great week on the Delaware.
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Mark Davis loads up.
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Jacob Powroznik fishes in the shadow of a towering freighter on the Delaware.
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Chad Pipkens started the week off right and finished with a Top 12.
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Kevin Short had to saw a limb out of his way to access a creek that had fluctuating water level due to the tide.
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Short leans into one.
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Freddy Roumbanis enjoys a beautiful sunrise on Day 2.
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Five fish for James Elam. Completing a 5-fish limit was a huge accomplishment on the Delaware where anglers' skills were tested.
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Jason Christie loads up.
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A little artwork to enjoy on the Delaware.
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Aaron Martens traded the AOY lead with Greg Hackney throughout the week.
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Aaron Martens fishes around some unusual cover.
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A POW worthy fish for Chris Lane.
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Greg Hackney works one in. Hackney retains the AOY lead by one point after a tough event on the Delaware for most AOY frontrunners.
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John Crews works his way under some sail boats.
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This is the fish that put Fred Roumbanis in the Millionaires' Club with Bassmaster. This fish guaranteed Roumbanis a top 50 at the Delaware which meant a $10,000 check and a bump to $1,006,346 in career earnings.
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Bill Lowen battles a big one.
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Lowen is thankful for this one.
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Lots of bridges on the Delaware.
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Aaron Martens brings one in.
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This one is an acrobat.
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Lowen loads up.
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Boats are a little bigger here.
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Kevin Short eases into his favorite creek.
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Skeet Reese sets up.
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Another nice one for Lane.
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Chris Lane gets on the deck to get ahold of this one.
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Boyd Duckett watches as a plane flies by, a regular occurrence on the Delaware.
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Most bridges here lift to let larger boats pass during high tides.
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A little chopper action.
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Philly goes Ike.
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"This one is for you Philly!"
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Ike enjoyed his time with the crowd after his win.
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Even posing with the fans and his new piece of hardware.
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Huge crowds showed up for weigh-ins, with an obvious favorite in Mike Iaconelli.