What to do when your cold weather tent is getting cold (and then you know)

Tent poles are an essential part of most modern tent systems.

But in the cold, you need something to keep your body warm.

That something is your ice fishing tent.

There are several different types of ice fishing tents available on the market.

Here are five that I love: 1.

The Big Tent by Big Tent: $350 (Amazon.com) The Big tent is an easy-to-use tent that offers a wide selection of pole sizes and options.

It has a lot of pole options, including poles up to 40 feet long, including a long pole that attaches to the roof.

The pole is attached to the tent with two small plastic poles that snap onto the poles.

2.

The Sink-In Tent by Sink Tent: Sink tent pole with hooks attached: $400 (Amazon) The SINK Tent is a pole tent that comes with hooks on the poles that attach to the poles and hold them in place.

You can attach the poles to the bottom of your tent or hang them from a rope, depending on the size of your camp.

3.

The Hanger-Trap by JT Hamm: $500 (Amazon/Marmot) The Hamm Hanger Tent has hooks that attach on the front and rear of the pole.

It’s a nice little tent pole that has two hooks on each side of the tent pole.

4.

The Snowy Tent by Snowy Mountain: $700 (Amazon; Snowy) The Snowball Tent is also available in this tent pole set, but with a little bit more pole options.

The tent pole has a little more pole length and the poles are all connected to the pole with a nylon loop.

5.

The Padded Tent by Campy: $1,000 (Amazon for $1) The Paddlers Tent has poles that are attached to a loop, and the tent poles are attached on the outside of the poles with nylon ties.

It makes a nice, lightweight, portable tent pole for those cold weather days when you don’t want to be in a tent with a lot more pole weight on your pole.

What to look for When you’re buying a pole, be sure to look at the poles size.

The bigger the pole, the bigger the tent it will be.

You want to look carefully at the pole you buy.

A small pole is usually best, since you don the tent for a night and need to get it up and running fast.

You should also consider the length of the line, which will determine how long you need to go to the beach to get the pole up and out of the water.

If you are purchasing a pole for a long-distance trek, you may want to buy a pole that’s shorter than you’re comfortable with, so you can make adjustments on the way to the trail.

If the poles you buy are too short, you can cut the line to a shorter length and get a longer pole.

That will give you the tent you need in a smaller tent, which is good for long-term travel.

You may also want to consider whether you want a tent that’s large enough for a lot less pole weight.

For example, a tent like the Big Tent will hold a lot longer poles than a tent you can buy for $600 or less.

You’ll also want some sort of water bottle holder, which can be a nice extra feature for your tent if you don-t have any water bottle holders.

When you buy a tent, you should check out the pole weight and see what the tent is built to hold.

If it’s too light, you’ll need to cut the pole and get the tent bigger.

If there’s a lot on the pole in a small tent, the pole may not be big enough for your needs.

If a tent is too heavy, you might have to cut a section off the pole to make it smaller.

Be sure to make sure the tent has plenty of space for the poles on top of it.

When buying a tent pole, you want to take into consideration the length and size of the cord you’re going to be attaching it to.

For this tent, I went with a 4-foot length of 1/2-inch cord.

The cord is attached with nylon webbing and hooks.

You might want to get a small cord, which you can tie to your tent pole and attach it to the outside poles.

A lot of people have problems with tent poles getting too long.

If that happens to you, try cutting the pole length down to about half a foot.

I have also found that the pole will bend when you try to tighten it, so make sure you’re using a good quality, high-quality hook.