Updated: Sep 15, 2020
Cabela's/Bass Pro Shops and National Walleye Tour Pro Brian Bashore was able to bring a two-day bag of over 37lbs of walleye to the scales this past week on Lake Sakakawea, ND he contributes much of his success to using a Randy's Rig.
During his pre-fish Bashore was getting bit short on the creek chubs that he was rigging, and when pulling the chubs behind a 3oz bottom bouncer in 25'-45'fow it was already challenging to keep your fish alive and he didn't want feed line too long in hopes to prevent deep hooking the fish. Bashore than added a treble hook to his Randy Rig as a trailer and the short bites soon became hookups. "Any time I was moving my rigs I would get short bites, but if I spot locked the fish would inhale the entire chub. I'm a mover so sitting in one spot is difficult for me so adding the treble hook trailer to my rig was paramount and the Randy Rig makes it super easy". said, Bashore.
Many times anglers don't make the adjustment needed due to not having the gear in the boat or just lazy but having Randy Rigs on hand takes the work out of it and the decision to modify your rig so easy anyone can do it.