Located at the headwaters of Little Granite Creek, this spotty fire fits within a 20 acre foot print. Primary fire growth is from embers flying from torching conifers and landing in adjacent timber islands. The furthest spot fire has been recorded one half mile from the main body of the fire. Resources remain on scene after 3 days and working diligently to suppress the fire.  Currently burning in a mixture of both aspen and mixed conifer, the fire has moderate spread potential.

8/07- Crews flew off the fire last night after containing the fire. A "short crew" of firefighters will return today to continue with mop-up operations within the interior of the fire and check for any new spotting outside of the main perimeter. An updated location ( lat and long) for this fire has been placed on the map following this write up. 

43.365, -110.5335

Little Granite Creek, Jackson Ranger District, BTNF
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