I'm looking for a meat hauling, self bailing round boat, and it seems like the gold standard is the 14'. However, the 15' has an identical width, more surface area to help float loads in skinny water and has the obvious advantage of a little more space. The only obvious disadvantage is that it is a little heavier, and is a bit more boat to manuever. But, am I really going to notice a difference in manueverability with a boat that is 1' longer? Any thoughts?