Did you perchance mean unmissable?
- adj. Not fishable.
- un- + fishable (Wiktionary)
“The longer they are compelled to remain in the same spot by lack of water the worse becomes the prospect of catching them, and "unfishable" is one of the expressive words which fishermen use to indicate the condition of a river during the long periods of drought which too often distinguish the sport.”
“I have seen quality waters spoiled to the degree of being unfishable, ie.,”
“We can assume any outstanding debts on unfishable herring permits will only continue to accrue interest - and impact individual lives.”
“Surely protecting innocent residents from unforeseen oil spill impacts, such as the outrageous debt on unfishable and worthless permits, counts as "responsible oil and gas development.”
“It allows you to get a fly into otherwise unfishable spots.”
“One of trout fishing's Ironies is that just when the spring angling urge is hitting, your favorite rivers are high, muddy, and unfishable.”
“A heavy downpour can make a river almost unfishable for days at a time, and it rains a lot here.”
“The position, therefore, was -- Friday, Saturday, and Monday lost through the unfishable condition of the river, and just a chance on Wednesday if there was no further rise of water.”
“The river water was so low as to be unfishable, but in the string of lakelets below Loughannilaun Radway landed half a dozen sea-trout with Gabrielle, who knew the stones in every pool, as ghillie.”
“The pool next the sea being unfishable, as we have said, owing to the state of the tide, Junkie conducted his companions high up the stream by a footpath.”
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