Irene came and went. Luckily for NH she stayed to the west over VT. Even so, there was unbelievable flooding of the Pemigewasset, Ellis and Saco Rivers. You can check out some of these YouTube videos to see what happened:
Yesterday I made the rounds of some spots on the Pemigewasset River in Franklin, Bristol and North Woodstock. It is still real high, but the further upriver you go, the better current conditions. I am certain the Pemi in North Woodstock is fishable today (don't expect to find a lot of fish though!) I imagine I'll have to learn the new contours of the riverbed, too. At least the ponds were not affected. There were fish rising on Sky Pond, Profile and Echo lakes.
As the nights get short and cooler, the fishing in some of the rivers should pick up. In particular the upper and lower Androscoggin, CT river from Pittsburg down through North Stratford and the Contoocook and Sugar Rivers. Hopefull NH Fish and Game still has a few fish they can put out to sweeten the fall fishing.