Craig
Lamb
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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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Mosley on the board

Mosley on the board

By Craig Lamb

Andy Crawford has settled in to do a photo gallery of Brock Mosley. He's moved out toward the front of the canal where he is making parallel casts along a long seawall. "The best part of my...

Wind vs. tide

Wind vs. tide

By Craig Lamb

We are all well aware of the wind blowing harder today, Currently, it's steady from the south-southwest at 15 mph, with gusts to 20 mph. And then, there is the tidal side of the equation. ...

Mosley going for it

Mosley going for it

By Craig Lamb

After repeatedly texting Mark Zona last night about his intent to NOT make the 100-mile run to Houston, Brock Mosley called an audible. He is making the run, despite the forecasted winds...

What to watch for

What to watch for

By Craig Lamb

The tournament is underway and here are some things to watch for on Thursday. Near and far. I have access to the BassTrakk map and it provides a telltale snapshot of how the field is...

Tide game

Tide game

By Craig Lamb

The Sabine River is just one of several rivers in play this week. So is a vast area of coastal water that includes creeks, bayous, backwater swamps, and more. Add it all up and the tide factor will...

Gone to the birds

Gone to the birds

By Craig Lamb

Andy Crawford has a passion for bird photography, but that's not what this photo is about.He took this photo where Chad Pipkens is fishing, which is a main river bar."This was two feet underwater,...

Like father, like son

Like father, like son

By Craig Lamb

Yesterday when we interviewed Scott Martin, he spoke of his "pattern."That put a wide smile on my face. Why was that? A pattern is the fundamental conditions that define a successful tournament...

Rivet's pattern

Rivet's pattern

By Craig Lamb

Tyler Rivet's lower lake pattern has gone from on first to lukewarm. Never mind though, as he's got the BassTrakk lead with 55 pounds, 2 ounces, or about 1 pound ahead of Bill Lowen.Just like...

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