- Fly In Fishing
- Sunny Beach
Whether it’s great fishing, boating, or absorbing the sun and swimming for hours from the pristine sand beach, you are ensured that a lifetime of fun filled memories will be made when you vacation at Sunny Beach. Our prime location with over 1,500 feet of lakeshore offers a captivating view of Rainy Lake extending miles before you over vast waters offering fantastic walleye, smallmouth bass, crappie, muskie, and northern pike fishing.
Bob Lessard has owned and operated fishing lodges for over 60 years ranging from International Falls, Minnesota and Fort Frances, Ontario, to Great Bear Lake in Canada’s Northwest Territories.
A 26-year veteran of the Minnesota State Senate, Bob has been recognized for his passion and tireless efforts championing the rights of hunters, anglers and outdoor lovers everywhere. Authoring the first constitutional right to hunt and fish in the nation, and help lead and pass landmark legislation to constitutionally fund our natural resources and many other outdoor issues during his tenure has made him a prominent figure and widely known in the outdoor community.
As a young boy, Brett was embraced by commercial fisherman on the North Arm of Rainy Lake and has unsurpassed knowledge of what the lake has to offer. He purchased the property at Sunny Beach in 1958 after serving in the Korean War and considers it one of his wisest decisions to date due to the luxurious beach and prime location. With nearly a thousand miles of lake shore and countless islands, our location on Rainy Lake offers access to endless adventure you are sure to enjoy.
We are easy to get to! After crossing from International Falls, Minnesota, into Fort Frances, Ontario, you are about a 30 minute drive away (east) of Sunny Beach as well as the lake home. Simply follow the scenic Highway 11 East to the Bears Pass Bridge over Rainy Lake, and travel 1.7 miles further to Wreck Point Road on the right. We are the last turn to the right at the end of the road, fire markers 225A (Sunny Beach) and 225B (Lake Home). Zoom in on the Google map below and check out the glow of the beach!