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    Default Any ideas for charging battery around Eddyville?

    I am thinking about coming down by myself next week for a few days and in an attempt to adhere to social distancing was thinking about sleeping in my truck. Charging my battery could be a deal breaker though. Not sure how to get that done. I guess I could try for a cheap campsite somewhere. Any ideas?

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    Do you have a power inverter and an extension cord?
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    No power invertor. My boat is not fancy at all. I think I found a campground that can provide what I need

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    Emeryville marina....
    Rent a boat slip overnight, most have electric at slip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevmc View Post
    Emeryville marina....
    Rent a boat slip overnight, most have electric at slip
    Eddyville

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeCrappie View Post
    Do you have a power inverter and an extension cord?
    Wait, maybe I do have a power invertor. I have a thing that plugs into a cigarette lighter that I plan to use to power up my electric fish knife if I need to clean fish. I assumed that my battery charger would run my vehicle battery down if I used that.

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    You can run the engine if need be while charging. Obviously donít while you would be sleeping. It was just an idea.

    Power inverter would plug plug in to the cigarette lighter and then 110 volt outlets on it to plug in to your battery charger.
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    Unless itís a big inverter may not run your charger. Iíve got one to run my aerator with when on boat but wonít run vacuum cleaner or lots of other stuff. But if u have elect u wonít need it


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    I have a solar panel for my 24v system that I leave hooked up while pulling crankbaits in MS. Just a thought unless it's cloudy.

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