The lightning-caused Black Butte II" Fire is currently estimated to be 350 acres and is 10 percent contained, fire officials say.

A Type 2 emergency managment team under Mark Rapp of Sisters will take command of the fire tommorrow. The fire has been managed so far by a Type 3 team under the command of Travis Moyer of Sisters.

The Incident Command Post for Rapp's team will be at Allingham Guard Station located two miles north of Camp Sherman.

Firefighters continue reinforcing retardant lines, constructing hand lines, and tying in with existing roads to utilize as containment lines.

Hotshots, helicopters with water buckets, and a dozer are currently working to contain a 25-acre spot fire between Forest Road 11 and Forest Road 100.

Firefighters are also working to contain several other spot fires.

No private land is threatened at this time.

Crews are also working on a fuel break along Forest Road 11. Crews are making good progress with the spot fires but winds are hampering efforts, fire officials report.

Tonight's night shift will consist of an Incident Commander, a strike team of five engines, a strike team leader and a water tender. Assigned resources on scene include four air tankers, seven 20-person hand crews (four hotshot crews, two contract crews and a 20-person hand crew), five helicopters, one dozer, five engines, three water tenders and miscellaneous overhead for a total of 199 personnel.