Thanks to Sublette County Unified Fire for their support on the fire and for sharing photos taken (Ron Ruckman, Kevin Mitchell)
09/07 - The Incident Commander declared the fire controlled last night 5 pm. Crews continue to check the fire for heat and are expecting weather in the next few days to have a positive affect on any remaining hotspots within the fire perimeter.
09/08 - The fire was declared out at 2 pm today.
09/06 - A local FS engine from the East Zone is continuing to monitor the fire, checking for any hotspots. Cool night temperatures and low RH's are helping in the rock chutes that may still contain heat on the interior of the burn area.
09/04 - The Shoal Creek Fire is now fully contained and minimally staffed with two firefighters.
09/02 - The fire is 90% contained as of last night. Firefighters will walk the fire today with GPS to determine more accurate mapping.
9/01 - Fire is 60% contained as of 10:05 this morning. The Pioneer Peak Interagency Hotshot crew is assigned to the fire and aiding other resources in securing and mopping up the fire. News Release Update
8/31 - Fire is looking good today, some smoldering in pockets of timber interior. No new growth on fire overnight. Fire estimated at 25-30 acres. No closures in place. New Release Fire Update, Vicinity Map
8/30 - This fire is currently burning in the old fire scar of the Cliff Creek fire near Bondurant, WY. It is currently 25 acres and being fanned by high winds. Winds are too strong at this time for aerial support. A 5 person Helitack crew, 2 Forest Service Engines and 5 Sublette County Engines. Three handcrews have been ordered.