Click here to continue 1 / 35 GoPro cameras mounted inside the boats of Elite pros captured the action at the Bassmaster Elite at Lake Dardanelle. These are the best stills lifted from that footage. 2 / 35 Greg Hackney, tournament leader on Days 2 and 3, ripped a good one from a trash pile. 3 / 35 Mike Iaconelli made an impressive final day charge. 4 / 35 Ike started the final day in 11th place and promptly boated 18 pounds that morning ensuring that the winner of this event wasn't going to be able to sleepwalk to the title. 5 / 35 Ike's dream morning included a boatload of 3- to 5-pound bass. 6 / 35 Ike was riding high throughout most of the morning. 7 / 35 Stephen Browning, a perpetual favorite on any river system, started Day 1 at Dardanelle strong. 8 / 35 Can't hide the happiness that a 4-pounder brings. 9 / 35 Another solid fish for Browning. 10 / 35 Brandon Lester loads up amidst some impressive scenery. 11 / 35 Lester flips into a mat and feels a tick. 12 / 35 Brandon Lester has to go in to get this one. 13 / 35 Russ Lane steps in to show us a good one. 14 / 35 Randall Tharp loads up. 15 / 35 Justin Lucas hits one. 16 / 35 Randy Howell tells us, "This is the smallest bass I've ever caught." 17 / 35 Howell hooks up. 18 / 35 A solid fish for Howell. 19 / 35 Chris Zaldain stretches out for a crankbait fish. 20 / 35 She's got it choked! 21 / 35 Come aboard. 22 / 35 Justin Lucas swings one in. 23 / 35 Another solid fish for Lucas. 24 / 35 Day 1 leader John Crews hooks a critical fish late on Day 2. 25 / 35 She wasn't coming off. 26 / 35 Skeet Reese has one big bite on the final day. 27 / 35 In you go. 28 / 35 Skeet brings his fish to the scales on the final day. 29 / 35 A smile when he bags his big one and the crowd erupts. 30 / 35 Jason Christie re-rigging his Yum Craw Chunk jig trailer. 31 / 35 Cliff Crochet hooks up on Day 3. 32 / 35 Elite rookie Joel Baker with a nice one. 33 / 35 For superstitious reasons, Gerald Swindle never wants to get bit on his first cast. So he threw out into the middle of a pocket at his starting spot... and this 4-pounder jumped all over his spinnerbait. 34 / 35 John Crews introduces us to his bass buddy. 35 / 35 Keith Poche with a nice one.