This is one of the reasons I don't like to sell my blanks. NDTA competition rules for fish reproductions in the Masters Division states fish need to be completed and viewed 360 degrees. Rule number 6 states all entries must be completed by the competitor unassisted. Here's an award winning mount from the March show by "not me". I sold this blank to Steve, which is the only fish you can view 360 and he did a great job with it, but I would think I assisted by making the mold of this perch. Is there that much gray area in the rules or is this bending or breaking the rules? Either way, my opinion would be that if it's in a Masters Fish Reproduction category you should have proof YOU molded the fish.