It really depends on the conditions - if you run in the cool of the morning, you may well be able to run for an hour or more without the need for additional fluids. In hot or humid conditions, some hydration may be needed. I don't bother with electrolytes unless I have had to drink more than 2 quarts.
One option to avoid carrying is to run in a couple of loops, stash a bottle at the start point (eg. your home or your car), and grab the bottle as you finish the first loop.
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