Not a fisherman's friend

      Perched on its lofty vantage point that curse of inland fisheries, the Cormorant. He is surveying the next strip of water to pillage.
      They are a regular sight on the drains, rivers and lakes in West Norfolk where they decimate fish stocks. I suppose it's a sign of how poor the fishing is around our coasts, or is it just easier fishing inland?
      We've seen them in fours and sixes working a drain and filling their crops up with so many silver fish they can hardly lift themselves off the water to fly.
      I wonder what the Pike think of them?