Bass Pro Shops® Rubberized Hook Covers
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Which is best is a matter of personal preference. Either choice is not that expensive. If you try both of them you will probably find a use for both of them as I did.
Since I am also a fishing guide and instructor to children and to the elderly. I feel that the rubberized hook cover is safer for them to use once it has been installed on the hook at least one time. This is for it to stretch to easily fit the hook.
They also work fine for me on my hooks that are a size or two smaller than the listed minimum #6.
They did work on all of my fresh and salt water plugs except for the very tiny plugs and one very large salt water plug with size 3/0 hooks. I simply updated the hooks on that plug to a smaller red 1/0 hook that the covers will fit.