She looks great! Absolutely beautiful.
I also feel she sits ok. Certainly not "bad"...and definitely not bad for the first hull with twins! I would not be against using her as she is, but testing with some ballast is also a good idea. I would suggest getting her to the final stance before tweaking the engine (height, props, angles, etc.). As several others have already suggested, I would not put dead ballast 100% forward. Maybe some there (Lotus' suggestion of a longer/heavier anchor chain is a darned good idea), but further aft for the bulk of it. Also, I would not go full flat. Keep in mind that if you're fishing, you'll likely have several hundred pounds riding forward of the console (coolers, boxes, ice, people, etc.).
I seriously feel it will take less ballast than you expect. If you don't already have an anchor, put a real one (read: heavy) up there with a chain that's a size larger & twice as long as you planned on using. At that point I'd put your largest cooler up front and fill it with ice...then see how she sits with no further ballast.
Best of luck...she's beautiful.