Buckeye Lures The Spot Remover® Jigheads
The Spot Remover's unique design enables your worm or craw to stand on end. Made with a 90º Mustad® Ultra Point hook.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by GrizzT34 Spot Getter This bait is exellant for having a weedless lure under the water but it is very sensitive with the head on it being the shape it is, it grabs rocks on a rocky bottom. Put this with a shaky head worm and you got a dangerous lure, also with any sort of grub and i have had success with finese worms as well April 22, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love2BassFish Worth A Try These heads are great! They have very sharp hooks and the post bait keeper has never failed to keep my lures attached. They cast like a bullet and stand up on the bottom. I use them with a Razor Worm for Smallmouth on Table Rock and they kill them! April 11, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheBasser4 Great jig This desighn may look weird but it will catch fish. On those days when you need to fish a shaky head this lure pulls right through. I love to fish these with a roboworm (these are unfortunatly not sold at BPS) because it gives the fish somthing it has never seen befor and looks exactly like a worm sitting upright almost rooted in the ground. Overall this jig really is a spot remover. December 27, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by BassinButch It DOES hold your plastic on I have always shyed away from this jig head style because I did not believe that the silly little post could possibly hold plastics up. I saw some of these on sale the other day and decided to try 'em. Two days ago, while fishing for river smallies, I decided to put a Zoom Shakey Tail worm on one of these jig heads. The Zoom Shakey Tail is rather thin at the head so I figured it was just gonna fly off at the cast. Well, after one fish, two fish, three fish the worm did not slide down the post. I couldn't believe it. The smallies were not coming in easy either. They were jumpin and thrashin all the way. I think this is a great product. I do prefer football heads for the rocky river bottom ( in heavier current ) however, this jig proved me wrong. September 17, 2009