Amos Lake is a 113 acre lake in the Thames River Drainage basin. A dam at the southern end of the lake raises the natural water level 2 feet, giving the lake an average depth of over 20 feet and a maximum depth of 45.
The section near the dam is deep, and very open. This lake gets very active on windy days and if its blowing this is not the place to be. There is tons of shallow weedy areas for bass.
There are 85 campsites here and a boat launch. You can fish for Northern Pilke and your catching chances are good. Largemouth bass are also present in good numbers. 8 MPH speed limit enforced.
This is a good lake to fish in the spring and fall right up until ice forms. Lots of aggressive pickerel and some bass also. Can be a very productive lake.
Lake of Isles is an 89 acre lake in New London County.