Adding to what Ric & Musher posted:
Check the weight rating on your boats BIA/Mfg./USCG plate. I suspect it won't take long (or much) to meet or exceed "suggested", and safe levels w/ a 10' craft.
My 12’ narrow (and shallow) John I’ve painted over, but seem to recall 350-375#- Occupants, motor & gear
; 14’ wide John is rated for 560#; 14’ Mod. V, 900#. As you can see, one can get “uncomfortable” real fast!
Waterfowling and trapping, with the associated weather/gear, will test any small boats seaworthiness to the max. No critter is worth the risk of life or limb (IMO). From a safety standpoint, please plan & act accordingly.