Your trails sound a lot like mine. I used to ride with the tires that came on my bike until I wore them out. Now I’m running Panaracer FireXCpro front and rear. They are directional tires and they bite like a rabid pit bull. I’ve run them on loose dry silt beds, mud, rocks, roots, gravel, wet and dry. They are a slower tire but they grip very well.
But I think that before we go making suggestions, we could use a bit more information.
What kind of trails are you riding? XC, DH, Technical, heavy roots, etc.
What is your skill level/experience?
What kind of bike are you riding? HT, FS? Though that may have less to do with your tires as much as our curiosity.
Welcome to the community. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Don’t be afraid to answer them either.