Not really sure where to post this so if I'm wrong here, please forgive me! Question: I'm doing some fishing out of my duck boat, a 15' Triton [1546 DS], and this boat has the aluminum panels for floor boards. Works great BUT with a wet dog, a little mud, some more water and then ice, the floor becomes slick as snot! Same situation with a little more water and some catfish slime - you get the picture. Now, who else has had the problem, and how did you go about solving it? I'm considering a spray one finish a la the bed liner trick or some sort of stick on strips of anti-skid stuff [Step-Tred, or the like] So, what are you going to tell me, what are you going to recommend? I need a little advice here from someone that has 'been there, done that!'