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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AOY watch: Drew Cook

AOY watch: Drew Cook

By Craig Lamb

BASSTrakk shows Drew Cook in fourth place with 10 pounds, 8 ounces. It’s still very early in the game, but the outlook looks good for him to continue his momentum in the season thus far.“I can...

No grass? No problem

No grass? No problem

By Craig Lamb

With all the fuss going on during practice about the lack of grass on Cayuga Lake, one thing is certain. The fish will bite and limits will get caught. Scott Canterbury and Mark Menendez got theirs...

Kennedy the tinkerer

Kennedy the tinkerer

By Craig Lamb

Steve Kennedy is a lure tinkerer by trade, sort of. The Alabama pro channels his professional engineering background into modifying lures. Sometimes even without the hooks. Here’s what he told me...

Combs thinks big

Combs thinks big

By Craig Lamb

This morning after interviewing him for the top lures gallery I hitched a boat ride with Keith Combs to the takeoff dock. He was already thinking big—just like his lure selection. On the center...

DiPalma's change up

DiPalma's change up

By Craig Lamb

This morning while recording details for the top lures gallery, Greg DiPlama revealed that his first stop of the day would be to largemouth water. He’s had the itch all week. Each day when...

Rookie race

Rookie race

By Craig Lamb

This year’s DICK’S Sporting Goods Rookie of the Year race has more competition for the coveted top prize than in years past. And that competition is getting tight. Based on the strength of his...

Weather or not

Weather or not

By Craig Lamb

Previously I blogged about the effects of the wind and current coming in opposite directions. The opposing forces of nature make it challenging to keep lures moving at the same pace as the live...

All about the drift

All about the drift

By Craig Lamb

It’s no secret that many of the pros are setting up drifts in the swift current of the St. Lawrence River. The ideal situation is to begin drifting up current of the targeted strike zone—underwater...

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