I had a buddy that owned a 21 Custom Weld Storm. It was a great boat for fishing, cruising and family stuff, but it was a terrible tow boat unless you were pulling tubers. You could ride behind it, but it had a terrible wash from the pump,would not hold speed well and was very hard to track straight. Jets also aerate the water behind the boat very bad making it hard to get your edges to bite. We even tried to load it up and surf, but that was a bust as well. If we were going to ride we ended up using my Tige. If we wanted to fish we used his Custom Weld.
I also have a 16' Lowe Tunnel hull with a 110 Hp outboard jet on the back for fishing and hunting. It throws a huge jet wash out the back and I don't think I would ever try to ride behind it.
I don't think there is much difference in the outboard jet wash and an inboard jet wash.
Last edited by kirk; 02-07-2014 at 6:45 AM.