Whether they're smearing a stripe of garlic goo on a swimbait, or dousing a diamond jig in bunker oil, there are lots of anglers out there that swear by adding scent to lures. And here at ICAST, there is no shortage of manufacturers peddling scent wands, sticks, sprays, and powders. Eagle Claw—which has pretty much been around since the dawn of fishing—doesn't seem interested in dabbling in stuff you dunk a lure in. Instead, they're just scenting their hooks. In the near future, you'll find the same snelled Eagle Claws you've been using your whole life now giving off pungent aromas. So how much scent can a smelly hook emit? Apparently enough to make long-time partners of Eagle Claw—such as Panther Martin—repurpose their classic patterns with some stank hooks.