I'm gonna spider rig them slowly moving around. Slow trolling you might say. They wobble from side to side at 1.5 to 2 mph. Should be a lot of action with the zonkers. I don't know what the official name is for them but the guy that poured them called them sliders.
I found out that they are "Wobble Jigs" from Cabelas like flatsrat76 said. My buddy called them "sliders" and I didn't know better. The longlining I've done is simply trolling with about 30 ft. of line around 1.5 to 2 mph using jigs. I normally tie a horsehead on the end of the line and a jig around 18 inches up. I use the rod holders in the front of the boat.
I use my rods off the back of the boat. I will use a 1/8 jig when I want to fish deep and as the fish more up into the creeks will use a 1/16 or a 1/32 jig. When I'm using the 1/8 jig I set the line out at 40' and a speed of .07 will get my jig down to 11' deep. With the 1/16 and 1/32 around 25' of line with speed at .09 and the jig will run at "1/16 @ 8'' "1/32 @ 6'
You have to work with the different weigh jigs and speed to find what the depths are for your setup but this is close to the depth they run. I longlined from Feb til the end of May and then started pulling crankbaits. When the water starts to cool down I will start longlining again. Lot of fun. I can fish out of the back of my boat using the I-pilot on my trolling motor and there is not a lot of work to it, LOL!!
I got some of these from the leadfree guy in Hawaii and fished them by slowly dragging them across the river or lake bottom. Drag slow by lifting rod tip 6-8", reel in slack, 'quiver' rod tip by gripping handle hard, pause, repeat.
With a small chuck o' plastic, this jig will catch bass & panfish.