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mpls_ham

I am looking for your favorite or most convenient pit stops for propane on both 169 and 65. Is it cheaper in the cities, or should I wait until i get up to the lake? I fish out of the north end of the lake.

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Ole1855

I'm not sure up in your area, but I've been filling at the U-haul dealer in Eagan, so check the yellow pages for a dealer where you are. The reason I like these guys is they don't complain when you bring in 5# cylinder to fill, some places I had gone before won't even take the time to fill small tanks or they complain the whole time they're doing it. Also they only charge you for what you get, no minimum charge, so if your 5#er is 1/2 full you only get charged for 1/2. I hope this doesn't sound like a commercial, just a helpful tip.

Ole

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mpls_ham

I drive to the lake from Minneapolis and I'm looking for a quick and simple pit stop for propane. Alot of places make you wait until their good and ready before they decide to bless you witht their service.

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Vado's on 65....great bait and they charge for LP by the LB not a set price like an exchange.(even when half full)

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icehousebob

Going up 169, I've had good service and prices from Lundeen's Tackle Castle, Myr Mar Marina, and a place a few miles north called the Naughty Pine. I have yet to go by Lundeen's without finding them open.

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