You have plenty of power and control pulling that boat. But its all in the driver at the ramps. I'm sure you've seen them there. The bigass trucks, huge tires, 4x4, foot to the floor trying to pull a boat out, sitting there spinning with 5 dudes hopping around in the back wondering what they're doing wrong. Its a joke the way some of these people try to pull from the ramps.
Ex: I recently had to hop in a dudes 2500 dodge to pull his boat out. We watched him spinning, skidding and sliding.
He would just nail it and figured it'd pull it out. I rolled it back a ways towards the water, he freaked out, gave it a tad bit of throttle, got some momentum and rolled it out nice and slow. He had a puzzled look on his face. lol
I have a stock 6.0 Excursion 2wd that pulls my 9,000 lb boat out without even a hint of wheelspin. Wet, dry, seaweed, washup, hi tide, low tide, whatever, it hasn't mattered yet.
I used to use my 2wd 05 Tacoma with this boat and a smaller 25 concept. Same thing... no wheel spin unless I wanted.