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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Here comes the wind

Here comes the wind

By Craig Lamb

All week there have been two sides of discussion about the wind on Lake Champlain, and how it influences the bite.One side wants calm conditions. A choppy surface diffuses the sunlight used by the...

Avoiding boat shyness

Avoiding boat shyness

By Craig Lamb

Last week, Paul Mueller relied on his Garmin Panoptix LiveScope to "see" smallmouth in the already ultra-clear water of the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario.This week, it's David Mullins who is...

Dock attraction

Dock attraction

By Craig Lamb

Seth Feider, among other anglers, is largely focusing his largemouth catching efforts around marinas. Feider caught a 6-pounder early today flipping a jig to the corner of a slip.Isolated milfoil,...

A game of ounces

A game of ounces

By Craig Lamb

Look at the Day 1 leaderboard and it reveals just how many 3-pound class smallmouth are being caught. During my interviews this morning I asked the guys about the tight weights. All stressed the...

Lester makes a move

Lester makes a move

By Craig Lamb

Brandon Lester had a big smile on his face when he approached the ramp at the Plattsburgh Boat Basin."I just love this place," he said. "It's my favorite lake in the country."The reason why is Lake...

Postspawn blues

Postspawn blues

By Craig Lamb

Expect to see the anglers catch a lot of smallmouth today on Lake Champlain. The fish are biting. That's the good news. The not so good news is how many times the anglers will be culling to reach...

The one-two punch

The one-two punch

By Craig Lamb

We are in the second week of the New York swing. Last week, it was all smallmouth for the top finishers (except Brock Mosley) at the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario. Historically, smallmouth...

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