Montana

Tony explores the snow-capped mountains, majestic big skies, winding rivers and roaming cattle of Livingston, Montana, once was an inspiration for adventurous Americans and locals alike.

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Livingston's main drag. The Stockman makes an excellent burger, by the way -- with a delightful bar up front. 960 1280

  

With author, poet, screenwriter Jim Harrison in his front yard. 960 1280

  

With painter and author Russell Chatham. 960 1280

  

The scale of things. Big. 960 1280

  

Murray Bar at the legendary Murray Hotel. 960 1280

  

We rope up some Liebler. And let me tell you, once we got some o' that on the grill? Cooked up real good. 960 1280

  

Save this moment, I actually catch a fish! 960 1280

  

Damn gophers! Producer Diane Schutz satisfies her insatiable bloodlust by gunning down scores of them in short order. 960 1280

  

Tony sits casually, among many deer heads on the wall, as Bob Sealey works with a bear head and pelt on his desk. 960 1280

  

Jim Harrison at his kitchen table, trying to get used to the cameras in his face. 960 1280

  

Tony talks with Russell Chatham in his studio. 960 1280

  

Tony tugs at the suspenders of his high-water suit as he prepares to go fly-fishing. 960 1280

  

Dan Lahren's fishing ties collection. 960 1280

  

The breathtaking landscape of Montana. 960 1280

  

Tony stands on the balcony of his hotel room overlooking the parking lot. 960 1280

  

Tony and Brian Menges cook something up on the grill. 960 1280

  

Tim Bowers in cowboy hat and leather chaps, sits on a fallen tree in front of the fire. 960 1280

  

Zach Zamboni dressed in camera accessories, balances his camera on his shoulder in front of the Old Saloon. 960 1280

  

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Missing Scene: Montana Fried

Tony and Dan Lahren stop by the Fry Shack food truck for some crab cakes.