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Spot Remover Or The Pro Spot Remover?

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Which one do you like better? I like both but I would lean more to the Spot Remover. :-? :D

And what baits do you fish on them?

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The Pro Spot Remover is better for me because the head of the bait wont come off. The regular ones are just as good, the bait's head just comes off sometimes.

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I've been fishing a Spot Remover for several years now and I have caught well over 1000 fish on them. With the Pro Spot Remover I loose a lot more fish due to the worm getting in the way. When I use the Regular Spot Remover the worm slides off the peg and gets out of the way of the hook. I still wish they would make them with bigger hooks though. If they did that then you would never loose a fish.

I fish any and every soft plastic on one. I've even put a 10" Ol Monster on one and had a great day.

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flukemaster, thanks for that great comparison.  I've been leaning towards the pro because of the coil keeping the worm on.  Now, it makes sense that sometimes we'd want it to come loose.

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I've been fishing a Spot Remover for several years now and I have caught well over 1000 fish on them. With the Pro Spot Remover I loose a lot more fish due to the worm getting in the way. When I use the Regular Spot Remover the worm slides off the peg and gets out of the way of the hook. I still wish they would make them with bigger hooks though. If they did that then you would never loose a fish.

I fish any and every soft plastic on one. I've even put a 10" Ol Monster on one and had a great day.

Would it help to bend the hook just a bit for better hook up's?

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