I took a look at David Troutt's squat and it used a lot of hip drive, especially for a narrow-moderate stance. That makes his squat, even if he did go deeper not much like an Oly squat. Oly squat is more than just high bar with a narrow stance. It also means a lot of knee drift forward and fighting to keep your back as close to perpendicular to the floor as possible. which I did not see in his squat videos.
Having said all that, if your good morning the weight coming out of the hole, you may what to do some paused squats and front squats. You could even pause the front squats in the hole which could be good if your upper back is rounding causing you to fold over.
Your description of you squat style appears inconsistent with David Trout's squat. So which is it,
do you squat like Trout or do you squat like an Oly lifter?
Regardless, it would really help if you put a video up. Sometimes our perceptions do not match up to what's really happening during a lifting movement. It's not uncommon for posters to ask a question about one issue, then after seeing a video it becomes apparent that there's something different going on or other issues in addition to the OP.