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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Cobb mopping up

Cobb mopping up

By Craig Lamb

South Carolina shad spawn expert Brandon Cobb is mopping up after the shad spawn ended, at least in his area, because the shad are not spawning everywhere on the lake. Before switching gears and...

Could this happen?

Could this happen?

By Craig Lamb

Chad Pipkens has moved from hero to zero in the BASSTrakk standings. After starting the day in first place he is now in fifth with no fish in the livewell. Meanwhile, Brandon Cobb has caught...

Here comes Combs

Here comes Combs

By Craig Lamb

The best case scenario is showing promise for Keith Combs, who just moved into second place according to BASSTrakk. Combs favors offshore fishing in his home state waters when the bass begin to...

Cobb with an "over"

Cobb with an "over"

By Craig Lamb

The scoring of this tournament adds another interesting dimension beyond weight. Length matters. What that means is a fish measuring outside the 24-inch slot can be brought to the scales for the...

ShareLunker 2.0

ShareLunker 2.0

By Craig Lamb

ATHENS, Texas — In the mid-1980s, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department envisioned a public outreach program to promote trophy bass catch and release. The radical idea at the time would reward...

Zaldain's mega-rod

Zaldain's mega-rod

By Craig Lamb

Chris Zaldain has this season treated us to some fantastic bonus coverage on Bassmaster LIVE. In an on-water, realtime seminar from Lake Lanier he demonstrated to viewers how blueback herring set...

Zaldain's payback

Zaldain's payback

By Craig Lamb

All season Chris Zaldain has swung for the fence with nothing else in mind but catching big bass. He did it at Lake Lanier where he used a big Megabass Magdraft Swimbait fished deep on a drop shot...

Dock talk

Dock talk

By Craig Lamb

With the deluge of rain that cam overnight I wanted to know just how much that would influence the early morning strategies. That screen grab from my phone is what it looked like this morning...

Fish getting dumber

Fish getting dumber

By Craig Lamb

This just sent in from photographer Andy Crawford, who is on Hunter Shryock. He just logged a 6-pound, 4-ounce largemouth with these comments.“The water clarity is getting worse in a good way. The...

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