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Gas on the south side

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I'm gonna be trolling most of the day and night on Sat. and was wondering if I'm getting low on gas, were is a good spot on the lake to get gas and how late are they open. Thanks J.P.

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bring a gas can and leave it in your truck, when you need it go get it, just my opion

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Izaty's has gas - not sure how late - and its $4 a gal. but it is good non-oxy. Eddy's used to but we pulled in there like two years ago and they only use there pump for there launch boats.

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Yeah, the gas can is a pretty good idea to save money. I was just thinking of a place I could run to if I was 5 miles from the truck. It sounds like Eddys might me a good place to launch with the water so low. Any other ideas on were to go? I know it's a change of subject but any ideas are welcome. Good luck. J.P.

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