Amos Lake is a 115-acre natural lake that is both stream and spring-fed. There are four defined stream channels that flow into Amos Lake. All are either first or second order streams and none are named. The primary perennial tributary to Amos Lake is an unnamed stream that originates in a wetland system north of State Route 165 in the Preston City section of Preston. The remaining streams were observed to dry up during the summer months.
Amos Lake is a trophy bass/ trophy trout management area and is stocked annually by CT DEEP. It is a popular recreational destination, and hosts annual fishing tournaments.
We must protect Amos Lake for future generations.