To you knowledgable Tolman owners/builders: I'm considering building a Tolman for use here on Kauai. The type of fishing done here is different than in Alaska; we typically troll at about 6-8 knots in search of fish and the weather/wave conditions here are pretty choppy with common tradewinds at 15-20 knots and seas 4-6' (short whitecap type waves). I'm wondering how a Tolman (widebody/jumbo with cab) would handle these conditions while trolling? I'm thinking that maybe the deadrise and entry "v" are not steep enough to handle the rough waters here? I regularly fish on a friend's boat that's 19' in length, all glass construction, deep v and pretty steep/rakish deadrise, even at the transom. The boat weighs about 4,000 lbs. with twin Yamaha 60's, fuel, ice, etc. It's great in the chop and handles pretty rough conditions considering the 19' length (mostly due to the weight). I'd hate to go thru all the time & expense of building a boat to find that it just isn't geared for here. Any help/advice will be appreciated. Thanks.