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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Avena: Empty tacklebox

Avena: Empty tacklebox

By Craig Lamb

Yesterday afternoon at the boat ramp Adrian Avena was eager to get back to his hotel room.“I’m going to tie on every lure that I’ve ever caught a bass on and use those tomorrow,” he said. “I’m...

Biscuits and gravy

Biscuits and gravy

By Craig Lamb

Yesterday Scott Rook put the trolling motor on high to cover as much shoreline as possible. Obviously it worked, with a hitch. By mid-afternoon he was moving slower than when he started. His...

Topwater vs. drop shot

Topwater vs. drop shot

By Craig Lamb

The Pipkens vs. Lane matchup will be a fun one to watch. Pipkens, the Bassmaster Elite Series pro from Michigan, is doing what he does best. That is dialing into spotted bass holding on specific...

Catch or go home

Catch or go home

By Craig Lamb

That sums up the day. Catch or go home. Depending on match time for the three-hour morning and afternoon sessions ahead. Yesterday’s match ups flipped, with Gerald Swindle and Mike McClelland going...

McClelland's weapon

McClelland's weapon

By Craig Lamb

We just caught up with Mike McClelland, who is just 2 ounces ahead of Gerald Swindle in their respective match. McClelland is using his namesake Spro Mike McClelland RkCrawler 55 Crankbait, which...

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