What makes the Franklin W. Ross Award genuinely unique is its foundation in community recognition. These exemplary guides are nominated by you – the hunters, the conservationists, and the members of our WSFAB community who have firsthand experienced their outstanding service and dedication
The ideal candidate for this prestigious award is:
- An Alberta-based hunting guide.
- Recognized for outstanding guiding skills and expertise.
- Committed to wildlife conservation and ethical hunting practices.
- A mentor and a role model within the hunting community.
How to Nominate:
Nominating a guide is simple: Either fill out the online submission form below, or download the submission form (link here) direct to your desktop, fill it out, and email the finished submission to Mike@wsfab.org. We accept nominations year-round, and the winner will be honored at our annual Bighorn Banquet.
‘The Franklin W Ross award is probably the pinnacle achievement for any hunting guide from Alberta. It represents a small group of people who’ve been acknowledged for something they are not only passionate about, but that they live for. For the award to be named after Franklin could not be more fitting. He was everything a guide should and truly has to be to be successful. Having our names under his means a lot to each and every one of us, and I think I speak for all of us when I say receiving this award is truly one of my most honourable moments.’– Past FWR Recipient