Hi Marty, I have an 06 2900 and from what I have learned the 2900 will porpose a little more than some other boats. The Deep V on these boats are 21 degrees, a lot of boats this size are 18,19 degrees, so the bow doesnt sit up on the water the way lesser degreed boats do. Also the 2900 seems to be rear heavy as well when your running twin screws.
I used to raise my drive a little in my older 25 to get optimal planning, this doesnt seem to work with the 2900 unless the water is glass smooth.
When your running in chop make sure your drives are all the way down and start with zero tabs. Once up on plane tab up just a little on both sides until the boat stops most of the porposing. It will always do it a little in choppy water. Another way to further reduce the porposing is not to run directly into the waves , hit them on an angle, you'll be surprised at how much smoother the ride is. You dont want to add any extra weight to the bow but if you are carrying a cooler move it downstairs this wieght is already on the boat. filling up the water tank only half way helps as well.
Depending on the type of chop your in, you may want to back off the throttle a little, its better to go slower ,save gas, and enjoy the ride.
Dont forget to raise your tabs once you dock if you forget; getting back up on plane next time youre out will be more difficult with this boat. Ive found that getting on plane is easier if you dont dump both throttles all at once, instead roll on easily and get a little water moving under bow before youre at WOT ( wide open throttle ) kind of a slower dump...lol
Hope this helps