Larkins Complex
33.4 mi
N of Pierce, ID
Fire Status:
Last Updated:
19 mins, 48 secs ago
Incident #:
Fire Start:
Friday, July 16, 2021 7:30 AM PDT

Current Weather

Fire Growth Potential

Fire Weather Forecast

Incident Overview Updated: 1 week ago

Incident Photo for the Larkins Complex Fire

The Larkins Fire Complex is located on the St. Joe River Ranger district of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests. The Complex consists of 12 fires with a total of 3,358 acres in the Mallard Larkins Recommended Wilderness area near the Little North Fork of the Clearwater river. Visitors are reminded to heed the area closure, as well as other fire closures in the area. A reconnaissance of the Complex on 8/9 showed very low fire activity and little smoke. This may change as the weather heats up and dries fuels back out. 

Basic Information

Incident Type:
Date of Origin:
Friday, July 16, 2021 2:30 PM PDT
20 miles SE of Avery, ID
Incident Commander:
Megan Primmer, Type 4 IC
46.967, -115.671
Size (Acres):
Estimated Containment Date:
Monday, November 1, 2021 12:00 AM PDT
Fuels Involved:
Closed Timber Litter, Brush (2 Feet), Short Grass (1 foot)
Significant Events:
Minimal fire behavior with smoldering and creeping.

Planned Outlook

Projected Incident Activity:
Fire will only be staffed with an IC if resources are engaged. Monitor fire with aircraft and infrared flights.
Fire Acres Containment
Devils Club Creek 3 300 100 %
Mulligan 2 15 100 %
Mulligan 3 5 100 %
Sawtooth 0.5 100 %
Badger Creek 35 100 %
Joker Point 50 0 %
Trail 40 40 100 %
Devils Pulpit 3,411 0
Mulligan 1 155 100 %
Buck 15 100 %
Pole Mountain 10 100 %
Indian Dip 1 100 %
Devils Club Creek 1 300 100 %
Devils Club Creek 2 300 100 %

Weather Synopsis

Weather Concerns:
A weather system moves in Friday will bring cooler temps, higher humidity, and lower mixing heights. Wetting rains of a quarter to half inch are forecast for fire zones 674, 686, 101 Friday and Friday night. The chance of rain extends further west, but confidence isnt as high for wetting rains at this time. The weekend into next week will feature cooler, more seasonal temperatures and occasionally breezy west winds. A strong cold front looks to push through around the middle of next week bringing windy conditions. Temperatures look to trend much cooler toward the end of next week with cold overnight lows and possibly some high elevation snow.

Incident Contact

Incident Contact
IPNF Fire Information
Phone: 208-557-8813
Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Fire Unit Information
Idaho Panhandle National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
3232 West Nursery Road
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815