Please see the Fort Complex. The Goff Fire has been complexed with three additional fires burning in the nearby Red Buttes Wilderness of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest.
|Date of Origin||Friday August 03rd, 2012 approx. 12:03 PM|
|Location||10 miles North East of Happy Camp, CA|
|Incident Commander||Damon Mccartney|
The Goff fire is burning in heavy timber with many snags and understory.
The Goff Fire continues to back into adjacent drainages. Rollout of hot material is generating upslope runs. Temperature inversion prevented good observation of actural acreage and fire spread.
Type 2 Incident Manaage Team inbriefed today. Goff Fire plus three other fires on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest (Hello Fire, Liock Fire, and Fruit Fire)will be managed as the Fort Complex.
Type 2 Incident Management Team will plan on taking over the fire at 0600 on Friday, August 10, 2012. No fire suppression engagement will take place until then.
The Goff Fire has a high potential for growth.
The Goff Fire is burning in extremely difficult terrain.