The two types of fishing lures drift within the water, which makes the metal piece wave naturally like a wounded fish, and allure big fish to prey them on. Their weights can afford the blowing of wind so that when fishers throw them into the water, they can fall down on the exact location. Besides, since spinners will spin, so fishers must keep one thing in mind—buckle the ring in the lures in case of being wound together.
Basically, Jigs are metal fishing lures with a head shape. They can be plugged into a fishing hook, plus some plastic feathers or tails. Jigs are usually used in fishing fish under the bottom of the river or lake. Fishers use the fishing rods convulsively to make jig "jumping". So what happens? Jigs will look like a shocked fish so that big fish will try to bite them.