If you are running your jackplate at the lowest settings, try raising it. It can be a weight issue, but I have also seen it as a depth/thrust issue. With the amount of thrust much lower than the hull, it provides a lifting effect. Raising the jackplate places the thrust closer to the hull and therefore less lift of the bow is created as the force is inline.
In the event that all else fails, yes, trim tabs will resolve it.
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