IFFF Lifetime Achievement Award
For the first time the IFFF Lifetime Award is to be made outside the US
Source: Truro Daily News
The International Federation of Fly Fishers, with a history spanning 46 years, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the betterment of fly fishing through conservation.
This year marks the first time in its history that the Lifetime Achievement in Fly Casting Instruction Award is to be awarded outside the United States as the 2013 award will be presented to Canadian Dennis Grant of Brookfield at the IFFF International Conclave on September 25 in West Yellowstone, Montana.
Grant, a certified master casting instructor and examiner and a certified two-handed casting instructor and examiner, has been a member of the board of directors with the International Federation of Fly Fishers since 1999.
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