Sorry for the slow response Jeep but the tiny batch size you brew probably makes you more of an expert than any of us in this tricky area
Firstly, can I say, "Wow!" That's amazingly small batches you are brewing. I've never seen anything that small and am totally impressed that you have been managing them. You'l have to document and pic one of your next runs so as we can put it up as a guide.
Before getting to your trub question, I'm just having a look at your BIABacus and I'm going to write a few notes for you as there's one error there that is important...
It's important, in Section B, if you are copying a recipe, to identify your source in the 'Recipe Credits' field. (If you are designing your own, leave that field blank.) In your attached file, it has the All Amarillo ale link but your recipe is for a Bass Pale Ale. Designing a recipe is totally different from scaling/copying an existing recipe. What I'm seeing in your BIABacus is a mixture of designing and scaling which, I can see, is making things complicated for you.
In fact, that's the first thing we need to sort out. For example, If you are designing your own recipe, on the left of Section C, you would think in percentages and just type in the percentage of each grain, e.g. 90.6 and 9.4 (You would not type in the weights.)
I am going to assume you are copying/scaling a recipe
I think you must be as in Section C you are substituting the malts. There will be no published Bass Pale Ale recipe that consists of 905 grams of malt. What I think you've done is tried to scale an existing recipe manually whereas the BIABacus does it for you automatically. I'll attach a Bass Pale Ale Recipe copy for you here for you to study.
In Section D, we have a bigger problem as you are giving the BIABacus two conflicting messages on the first two lines. In almost all circumstances, there should only be one of the first two fields completed. If you are copying/scaling a recipe, it should be the VAW field.
Also in Section D, you have no AA% for three of the four hop additions. This means that the right hand side of that section only shows you using one hop. This is a problem as it is the right hand side of Sections C and D that tell you the actual amounts you should be using. (The left hand side really just works out the ratios.)
The Trub Problem
I think we are going to need to see some pics of your fermenter and more explanation of your transfer process from fermenter to bottle to be able to answer that question. Remember, we are not used to tiny batches so pics will help us see what you are dealing with.
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