So after thoroughly beating the snot out of my jet foot in the Matanuska this past weekend I have been researching tricks for staying afloat and moving when running out of water. I continue to be amazed at some of the water that my little wooly slips through but there are times where another inch of H2O would have been the difference between driving and drifting.
Does anyone trim their jet to get the heel up and make it more level to the hull in the shallows? I have read that it works but can lead to cavitation. While cavitation is bad, trying to crush rocks seems like a much more immediate concern to me. I personally haven't played with it much as I assumed that the tunnel hull nullified the need. After looking closer at the types of hits my foot took however I think that it may be worth some research. I am curious what others are doing in this regard.
I am also open to any other tricks to keep her pushing!