Amos Lake, Preston

Amos Lake, Preston

Amos Lake is a 113 acre lake in the Thames River Drainage basin. Shoreline development varies from sparse to dense and most houses do not have buffer zones between their yards and the water. A dam at the southern end of the lake raises the natural water level 1.7 meters (2 feet), giving the lake an average depth of over 6 meters (20 feet) and a maximum depth of 14 meters (45 feet).

SPECIES
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REGULATIONS

  • Open 6:00 a.m. 2nd Saturday April–March 31.
  • TROUT MANAGEMENT LAKE /BASS MANAGEMENT LAKE
  • Largemouth & smallmouth bass: 12″ to 18″ protected slot limit. Daily creel limit—6 bass, only 1 may be 18″ or greater.
  • Trout: From March 1–March 31, Daily creel limit—1, 16″ minimum length.

BOATING REGULATIONS

  • 8 MPH limit
  • No water-skiing except for period June 15 to first Sunday after Labor Day, when speeds in excess of 8 MPH and water-skiing are permitted between 11 am and 6 pm.
  • No docks
  • Chemical (Seasonal) toilets
  • 25 Parking spaces
  • Recycled pavement parking surface
  • Paved access road surface
  • Concrete plank ramp surface
  • Concrete plank ramp surface

BATHYMETRY MAP

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