I think they are all good boats too. The real struggle is alum vs glass, and 16 vs 17'. Used or new? Older clacks were tanks. I have not rowed a new one, but they sure look nice.
You could do a search, and find out all you want to know. I run glass, but might get a aluminum boat. I doubt I'll get rid of my lavro. It slides over everything so nice. I don't put 3 people in it that often, but a down point would be the narrow bottom. The 16' willies have 54' bottoms. They don't draw as much water, but they don't slide over things as good, and are way worse to drag. There are a lot of decisions to make...or a bunch of trade offs.
from what Ive herd go with clack, or the cadilac hyde, easy to row and will handle most all water, if they still built wildhair id go with that. the riverwolf feels heavy dont care for it, rowed one on the duc twice almost got in trouble, prefer my wildhair super easy to row. if dont want to spend a lot of money go to willie. just my two cents.
My last boat was a 16' Koffler high side guide. I loved that boat and used it from the WA coast to montana. It looked like a bent up beercan when I sold it. I just saw it the otherday on Craigslist. I now own a Clack FB 2008. It is really nice. Comfortable and easy to row. I am mostly after trout but If I was primarely chasing steel in WA I would get the Koffler of Willies. BTW Willies has a deal now where if you finance it is only $100 a month.