We all know the preparation, time, and effort it takes for a successful Alaska hunt. When you finally squeeze the trigger, make the shot, and recover the trophy, you think the hunting is over.........not necesarily. During June of 2005, I was fortunate enough to take a really nice blackie in PWS. A day later, I caught a halibut bigger than I am. I decided to take these two trophies to Palmer for a tail mount and bear rug. Since that time, my taxidermist has run into some major legal trouble, and I am not able to contact anyone about my trophies. This hunt isn't over yet! Is anyone else out there having the same problem?