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setterguy

Where to get a propane tank filled near Forest Lake???

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setterguy

I've called the usual suspects and the nearest I can find is North Branch...there has got to be something closer. I want my 11 lb filled so an exchange place just won't cut it. Thanks in Advance guys.

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Loogie

Moto Mart. On Hyw 61 just north of hwy 97. Best propane price around.

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setterguy

Thank you....I'm on my way.

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Sandmannd

Frankies bait on hwy eight. Get your bait and all there.

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tunrevir

The Bp station on Broadway also fills tanks and Mikes bait has a cylinder exchange although you probably want to hang onto your 11lber.

Tunrevir~

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blk94fiveoh

Big Marine lake store on manning also fills them.

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maxx rpm

I have used motomart, good price and service.

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Stringerless!

Whatever the gas station is to the south of village inn fills tanks. I think it was $21 and change for a 20# tank. Funny I don't know the which brand of station is in my own town because I won't even look over at those goudgers !! ALWAYS 10 to 25 cents higher than in the cities

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chris63

Lakes gas co .655 lake st so.Forest lake,mn

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MNSnow

I also use Motomart on 61 in Forest Lake (by high school). Great prices and prompt service. They will fill your tanks until 8:00 or 9:00 at night. I believe I paid around $14.75 for my last refill of a 20lb tank.

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woodsmanmn

14.75!?! That's a great price. Seems like everywhere is $20 nowdays. Gonna have to bring my tanks along next time I go down to the cities

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setterguy

Yup it was 8 bucks and change to get my 11lb filled. Friendly guys, its me new fill up spot. Thanks again FM.

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Neiko

Another place right off of 35 is the gas station on the Wyoming Exit next to McDonalds.

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