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).
Went here last night and got zero bites. The water was nice and green ala pea soup. Ran diffrent baits from rattle trap to brite crankbaits, and large jigs. Guess i had nothing for them. The D.E.E.P had the shocker boat on the launch and hit the water while we were packing up to leave. Dont know how long it kills the bite after there shocked but you may want to give it a few days for conditions to improve and the fish to recover.
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