Little Floyd Lake is a smaller lake at only 214 acres with a maximum depth of 34 feet. The primary game fish on this lake are northern pike, walleye and largemouth bass. The last status of the fishery done by the DNR was in 2011 and they reported very good numbers of northern pike with some decent-sized fish and the DNR is hoping that the 24 to 36 inch slot limit will help make turn this lake into a trophy pike lake. With the presence of cisco in the lake, the slot limit could help grow some very big pike. Panfish include bluegill, crappie and perch.