I went down to Axehead Lake today for a couple of hours of Bluegill fishing. For a change there was not a breath of wind and the lake was dead calm. I unlimbered my 3 weight and started with a small black beatle. The fishing was slow but when I would hook up, it was with a large bull. Then a Seagull showed up. He started making passes over the water about two feet above it. Every time he made a pass the Bluegill went nuts like they were rising right in the path he took. This happened 8 or 10 times. I have never seen anything like this and cannot explain it. Anyone have any ideas???