Topics: Craig Lamb

Daily Limit: All eyes on the Rock

Oct 5, 2015

James Watson took the coveted Classic berth from the Central Open on Table Rock, where all eyes, and eyeballs, turned for the top happenings of the week.

All eyes on Edwin

Aug 13, 2013

After the final weigh-in at Oneida Lake, I went out to dinner with a small group of friends that included Bassmaster photographer James Overstreet and Bassmaster writer Craig Lamb. As we sat down, my wife turned to me and said, “There goes Edwin Evers.”

A full-circle experience

Apr 5, 2013

Young co-angler goes full circle with Randy Howell.

2012 Southern Open #2 Day Three launch

Apr 7, 2012

Check out the pros as they launch on Lake Norman for the final day of the 2012 Bass Pro Shops Southern Open #2.

Roland Martin 'fishing for fun'

Jun 3, 2011

Roland Martin speaks with the same level of animated enthusiasm when recapping a tournament day as when he began dominating B.A.S.S. events some 40 years ago.

Jones: 'Keeping the dream alive'

Apr 10, 2011

Alton Jones shooting for the title that has eluded him for 20 years, Bassmaster Angler of the Year.

Poche gains confidence with gutsy move

Apr 8, 2011

Under pressure, Second-year Bassmaster Elite Series pro Keith Poche makes a decision that lands him in the runner-up position with 62 pounds, 12 ounces.

Largemouth vs. smallies?

Apr 7, 2011

FLORENCE, Ala. -- The pre-tournament buzz for the 99 pros fishing Pickwick Lake focused on choosing between a revitalized largemouth population and world-class smallmouth fishery.

Legends of the leaderboard

Apr 6, 2011

In this article, you will read about Denny Brauer, Davy Hite and Paul Elias - three bass fishing legends in the 2011 Bassmaster Elite Series Alabama Charge.

Horton ignores home-lake advantage

Apr 5, 2011

FLORENCE, Ala. -- Tim Horton carries all the credentials to make him the hands-down favorite to win this week's Bassmaster Elite Series on Pickwick Lake. He talks about how he is challenging himself to find different water even though it would be very easy to fall back on popular areas that hold good fish.