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After Effects would be the better program with Motion Tracking and Clone tools.
Love to see an image / frame grab of the problem but agree that AEFX is the more likely solution.
If it is a salt spot in exactly the same place for a long time, another approach inside Premiere is to duplicate the video onto the track above, use Motion to move it a little distance so the spot is now away from the underlying spot, and then use a garbage matte to cover the original spot location.
That way, a small area adjacent to the spot will be copied on top of the offending spot.
You could blur the edges a bit if it shows up too much.
If you're feeling saucy, you could use VirtualDub and the MSU Logo Remover to eliminate the spot with relatively little effort.
"But it's a logo remover!", I hear you say. Doesn't matter to the filter--all it knows is that you have a region you want to blur/blend out.