Like many of the best finesse bass fishing techniques (think Neko and drop shop), spybaiting originated in Japan around Lake Biwa. It's now a widely adopted tactic among enthusiast bass circles in the United States for its ability to trigger heavily pressured bass in clear water. Wired2Fish Kyle Peterson demonstrates the power of spybaiting smallmouth bass on a pressured clear water fishery. Like jerkbaits and crankbaits, spybaiting is a horizontal tactic. As such, Kyle emphasizes the importance of making long casts parallel to key structure and cover. Doing so keeps the bait in the specific depth zone fish are holding and provides following bass more time to commit to the presentation.