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side_laker

I am trying to find someone who delivers propane to island in the Orr area. Anyone know of some options. 

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Capt. Quicksteel

What lake are you talking about?

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side_laker

Pelican lake 

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Capt. Quicksteel

Sorry, can't help you there...

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leech~~

Do you have a pig or 100lbs?  If 100lbs you may be able haul them in to a fill station standing up in a pickup.  If you have a pig then you maybe SOL right now.  How have you got it filled in the past?  

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side_laker

Have a pig. Everyone on lake was told place that used to fill us wasn’t going to do it any more guy that was supposed to do it. NOw didn’t come 

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leech~~
2 hours ago, side_laker said:

Have a pig. Everyone on lake was told place that used to fill us wasn’t going to do it any more guy that was supposed to do it. NOw didn’t come 

 

It might be a good idea to always have a 100lb'er on hand for a back up to get you through until someone new and reliable can be found. Good luck. 

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MinnesotaBoatman

I was out on Pelican on 12/1 and found a 8" of good ice. You should be able to get to your island.

I did see a barge and propane truck making a delivery last summer. (that won't help you now.) 
You may need to haul smaller tanks yourself.

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