Craig
Lamb

Biography

Forty years ago, Craig Lamb went to his first B.A.S.S. tournament as a starstruck teenager. As a grownup, he reports about the people, places and news of the tournament trail. 

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Menendez going retro

Menendez going retro

By Craig Lamb

Mark Menendez appears to be undergoing a reboot of his 28-year career. It started with a third-place showing on the St. Johns River, then a sixth-place last week at Lake Hartwell. BASSTrakk shows...

The Cooper River Run

The Cooper River Run

By Craig Lamb

GEORGETOWN, S.C.—Call it the Cooper River Run. It begins in downtown Georgetown, takes a short jog down the Sampit River into Winyah Bay, and then a hard right into the Intracoastal Waterway. From...

The tide spin

The tide spin

By Craig Lamb

Everyone seems to have a spin on which tide is best this week. Some say the low tide because it concentrates the fish. I like this theory as told to me by Greg Dipalma. The New Jersey pro is a...

Menendez going retro

Menendez going retro

By Craig Lamb

Mark Menendez is basking in a reboot of his career this season. It started with a third-place showing on the St. Johns River, then a sixth-place last week at Lake Hartwell. BASSTrakk shows him in...

Betting on the come

Betting on the come

By Craig Lamb

Today is a carryover of Friday when the anglers were faced with the quandary of committing to a bedding fish until it bites, or passing it up for another.Here’s the situation. The shorelines are...

Run or stay?

Run or stay?

By Craig Lamb

After Hank Cherry spent an hour tempting a 2-plus-pounder to take his bait we have this question to ponder.Do you let the minutes tick away trying for one bass, or do you keep moving to intercept...

Zaldain: Fish to win

Zaldain: Fish to win

By Craig Lamb

Chris Zaldain’s prophetic statement to me before the Classic is coming into view as realty.“I’ve never been to the Classic fishery and didn’t get to pre-practice, so I’m going to do one thing, and...

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