These 2 systems work together to provide longer and more accurate casting and well-controlled action.
The repetitive gentle twitching produces the action of “dog-n-walk” style (sneaking to the left&right).
With short jerks Agarron shows wide dart action with a minimum of forward movements, and the lure stays longer in the desired area.
Strong jerking provokes Agarron to dart in different directions with a lot of pirouettes. For example, the balls can move to the tail (like it happens at casting) – accordingly, the lure moves to the upper water horizon, and then, with the next jerking, drops back.
Ideas: KKBS (Koto-Koto Balancing System), TMB (Tungsten Moving Balls) system