Are these wounds / marks from a predatory fish?

mbuna_matt

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I seem to remember one venue used a laser to move them off - some sort of laser pointer might be useful if it has the range?
 

Albert H

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Probably Cormorant's.

One of the venues I used to fish around here that used to be a fish a chuck has been decimated by the b*****ds in a matter of a few Months. 😥
 

Albert H

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Cormorants normally feed at dawn or dusk best time to shoot them is after a good feed as they are slower to take off.
On the local venue I fished up until about a Month ago, I'd see 2 or 3 of them fishing a good 4 times in a 6 > 7 hour session and that was from about 1PM to darkness.

I wasn't even looking out for them and just sporadically noticed them, so god knows how many times they arrived between dawn & dusk.

What I do know, though, is they completely destroyed a "fish a chuck" water into a venue that I'd be lucky to catch a few on in a matter of a couple of Months just before I left it for pastures new.

It's so heartbreaking, and there were Roach in there at around the 1.5ib mark.

The venue had only just been stocked from totally empty around 2 years ago. 😥
 

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