on my commercial fish. I'm realizing I am spending a lot of time coating, backing, and repairing poor fins. I'll be up front with my customers of course. I guess part of my problem is I'm a perfectionist when it comes to fins and end up doing a lot of remodeling of the rays if the fin is bad, and then end up whiting the fin out and repainting the colors from scratch. I thought I skinned out the last musky head and was going to cast the latest one, but the customer would have no part of it. I guess I'm going to have to do some educating and a take it or leave it attitude if they want me to do the fish. The guy thought a cast head was inferior and had poor detail. Huh? I explained to him it was just the opposite if the head is cast when i's fresh. I guess there are some bad casts and painting of those casts out there. Just did a steelhead I wished I had used all cast fins. Was a decent mount but would have looked better with cast fins. Anyone else moving to cast fins exclusively on skin mounts?