I've had two and both turned out badly for me. The latest one was a super guy who had numerous problems. He'd taken his 8 year old son and 10 year old daughter out on the bay and had caught flound, croaker, a striped bass and a black bass. He came in and paid the deposit to have them all done in repros. When they were done, I called and the person answering the phone said that "Joe" wasn't available. I asked to speak to his wife. She came on and told me that Joe had died the day before. I apologized and tolld here I'd talk with her in a few weeks and hung up. A month later, I called and when she answered I could tell she was a bitter person. I told her the circumstances and her reply was that I could stick the fish were the sun didn't shine and she didn't want anything like that in her house. So I ate $400 worth of fish repros before finally giving them away. The best one, however, was the one where I called and no one answered. The machine with his voice was there so I left the message that his deer was ready to be picked up. A week later, a guy walks into the shop and tells me he's this guys brother and he's there to pick up the deer. I asked why and he tells me his brother had died. I apologize and I give him the deer. Two days later, a lady walks in with cash wanting to pick up this same deer. I ask who she is and she tells me she's the widowed wife. I apologize and tell her that her brother-in-law picked it up the week before. She comes unglued. Seems the brother had been cut out of the will and the wife got everything. He knew she wanted the deer, beat her to it, and paid for the deer and taken it. That one finally went to court before "ownership" could be established and I just felt blessed that they didn't drag me into the fray.