2004 Sportsman 700 EFI. Have only had the bike for about a year. First time I changed the oil nothing stood out to me with it being milky. Went on a hunting trip where I had some issues. Had the bike idling while getting ready and it started to sputter, I got on and gave it throttle where she died. After a while we found milky gas in the fuel tank. drained the tank flushed with clean gas and flushed the schrader. Pulled the plugs and let them dry a bit. Put everything back together and it ran great. I only ran it a short time up the hill and back down and our trip was over. Brought it home and it sat for about a month before I got to change the oil, just routine maintenance. Thats when I noticed the milky oil. I ran the bike for about 20 minutes after oil change just to plow my drive. checked the oil and it was a little milky again. To my fault I haven't really kept up on checking the coolant levels (now I will). I'm wondering if having that much watery fuel could cause an issue with my oil being milky? I will watch my coolant closely going forward but I also don't want to run it if it bleeding coolant and cause more issues. Could it possibly be just condensation? its kept in a non insulated garage with no heat or a/c. I live in northern Illinois where we have had a mild wet winter so far but I also have not been riding it for more than 5-10 minutes at a time. When on the hunting trip it rained a lot over the course of a week where it sat outside but I was not riding it in the rain and did not go in any water above the bottom of the rim. The water in the fuel is another issue, I'm not sure how it got in there.