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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Blaylock's baits

Blaylock's baits

By Craig Lamb

Normally the interviews I do for the top lures gallery are pretty normal with nothing unusual in the lineup. Last week was an exception for second-place finisher Stetson Blaylock at Lake Hartwell....

Cory's familiar baits

Cory's familiar baits

By Craig Lamb

Cory Johnston is using baits and techniques that have paid off twice in Championship Sundays here and at the St. Johns River. He likes to sight fish and is getting another shot at it here on the...

Blaylock on fire

Blaylock on fire

By Craig Lamb

While the Cooper River Run bunch was plowing across the river and up the ICW, Stetson Blaylock caught a key fish from a bed that he’d worked on for an hour. First he caught the male and then he...

Wind and current

Wind and current

By Craig Lamb

Wind and current. That’s what Bill Lowen described as his perfect day. He is getting plenty of current from the tide but might be out of luck with the wind. Right now the only thing stirring in his...

Tide's up, so is wind

Tide's up, so is wind

By Craig Lamb

The Cooper River gang arrived and fanned out on what everyone says is worth the run to fish a few hours and then turn back around and head back. Meanwhile there are about 26 or so boats fishing...

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...

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