that is a perfect size boat for the old Ashtry, even on the windyest of days it would still be manageable. depending on motor size you probably won't be making to many runs from Sibley to the dam, but that's why they have multiple boat ramps. Fishhawks run a bit shallow so a good bow mount trolling motor preferably with at least auto pilot and drift socks would be your first two purchases...then fish on
Deerhntr71, I actually have the Tracker that is for sale in the classifieds. I had that boat out on Ashtabula almost every weekend for the last 4 years. Even on the windiest days and never had a problem. My wife and I would fish very comfortable out of it.
Hell you are good... get out there and fish... maybe watch your winds on sakakawea... but you should be fine everywhere... I've watched a 14' boat cross sakakawea in 6' rollers... it's all about matching your speed to the chop even in a bigger boat you can get yourself in trouble anywhere... I sometimes wish I had a smaller boat so I could go stupid shallow at times... (14 ranger reata w/150 merc I can float in 1.5 fow)
P.S. if you are worried about winds do some light reading on boat control in poor weather