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The Up Top Fire (USFS Photo)
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41 Complex is Mainly “Up Top” – Sept 7

The 41 Complex of forest fires in the Sapphire Mountains east of Hamilton is mainly the Up Top Fire, which has now cross Skalkaho Highway on its way south. Of the total 3,700 acres, the Up Top Fire is 3,627 acres, while the 41 Fire is 105 acres and is 90 percent contained, according to Public Affairs Officer Tod McKay

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There's a flame front along this edge of the Up Top Fire one of the larger forest fires in the 41 Complex. (USFS Photo)
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Where There’s Smoke… – Sept 6

The active 41 Complex of forest fires has grown again with an estimated size of 2,800 acres early Tuesday, Sept 6. and from the looks of the smoke column, we'll have a larger acreage total Wednesday

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The 41 Complex forest fire and another much smaller lightning-caused fire September 5th at about 7pm. Photo taken from Bell Crossing, looking southeast. (KLYQ Photo)
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Skalkaho Pass Is Closed Due to Fire – Sept 5

Monday afternoon, the Montana Department of Highways closed Skalkaho Pass due to the 41 Complex forest fire, 10 miles east of Hamilton.
The fire, started by lightning in late August, is now at least 2,000 acres and put up a large column of smoke Monday

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The lightning caused 41 Complex began to grow Tuesday. This is looking east from the Ravalli County Fairgrounds is at 4pm. (KLYQ Photo)
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New Bitterroot Forest Fire Grows – Aug 30

It's called the 41 Complex and it started in a slow-moving lightning storm Sunday night. Tuesday morning, it was about 100 acres. It's bigger now. We'll update you on the size when it becomes available

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Another lightning caused fire in the Salmon-Challis Forest. (USFS Photo)
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Fire Lines Added to Saddle Complex – Aug 30

Lightning caused fires are keeping Forest Service crews busy in Montana and Idaho. The accompanying photo is of the Salt Fire in the Salmon District.
However, the largest fire in the area, the Saddle Complex is about 24,000 acres and is still south of Hughes Creek in the West Fork of the Bitterroot National Forest

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Spot fires like this are popping up all over. (USFS Photo)
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Where there’s smoke…..

Lightning has caused at least nine new forest fires on the Bitterroot National Forest, according to Information Officer Tod McKay. The slow-moving storms started Sunday evening.
Four fires are burning east of Hamilton in the Sapphire Mountains on the Darby Ranger District and five smaller fires are burning up the West Fork on the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness

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