After running my buddies boat to/from the halibut grounds last week, (2700 NorthRiver OS with twin 200’s). I think I have room for improvement with prop selection. Or maybe there’s another aspect that can be improved? Currently running 17P Reliance props on my 2400 SeaSport with twin Yamaha 150’s. Overall, I’m happy with the performance for cruising and Puget Sound, but after running a boat in the ocean, I feel I need something that will keep me on a more level planing attitude, at a lower speed. Currently, I have to go full-throttle to get up on plane, then I can throttle-back to a comfortable cruising speed. The problem is, if I drop below 20-22 mph or-so (a comfortable ocean speed) I fall off step and I’m bow-high again, kind of plowing through he water. None of this lends to very efficient running. I need to generate more stern lift. Should I do this with different props? 4-blade? Deeper trim tab use? Hydrofoils? Motor mounting adjustment? Does anyone know of a guru in this field?