Guys a few months back I got with Tom C and got one of his cool lenco jackplates. tom gordon installed it and the prop blew out and the boat would barely get up on a plane. Per Tom C's suggestion I took the boat to him and he reinstalled the jackplate which was obviously originally installed to high. This is my issue, the motor still blows out at its lowest setting and once i hit some high RPM's the prop catches and off we go. The hole shot has some blow out. It hasn't been a big issue and under a normal load we can get up in short order with some prop blow out. However once I start raising the plate the motor continually gets worse with respect to blowing out. I can still remain on a plane but the motor has to be somewhat pinned 5,000RPM’s and I start losing speed. We have a new 4-blade power tech prop, SRA411PM25. Basically a 4-blade11” pitch. I originally installed this to duck hunt with the skiff, but basically the plate is providing very little advantage at this point. If I attempt to raise the plate and it starts blowing out and then I pic up some minor marsh grass the boat basically comes off a plane. What can I do to solve this? Get a different prop? Hopefully one of Microskiff doctors can help. Here are some pics. The first one is the plate all the way down and then the other two are with the plate all the way up.