The Doagy Fire is burning on National Forest System lands on the Black Range Ranger District, Gila National Forest. The Doagy Fire was ignited by lightning and reported on May 14. The fire acreage is at 12,785 acres and is 100% contained. The fire started near Doagy Well in Doagy Canyon of the Gila National Forest. Crews patrolled, monitored, and improved fire lines.
|Current as of|
|Date of Origin||Friday May 14th, 2021 approx. 02:00 PM|
|Location||northeast of Beaverhead Administrative Site; near Doagy & Corduroy Canyons|
|Incident Commander||S. Seitzinger,ICT4; E. Gutierrez, ICT4t|
|Incident Description||Wildland Fire Modified Suppression Tactic, Using Roads As Holding Features|
|Coordinates||33.444 latitude, -108.035 longitude|
|Percent of Perimeter Contained||100%|
|Estimated Containment Date||Thursday June 03rd, 2021 approx. 12:00 PM|
Timber, short grass, timber litter and understory
Monitor and patrol infrastructure and control lines.
|Projected Incident Activity|
Minimal fire behavior with the possibility of isolated tree torching in the interior fire area where mosiac burning patterns exist, otherwise smoldering and creeping
Keeping local unit as a Type 4 with 2 agency engines on the incident.
Increased moisture and chances for showers and thunderstorms in
the weather pattern across the Gila region Thursday-Saturday.
Continued warm afternoons and mild overnight temperatures with
low RH values starting on Sunday through early next week.