I have fished a lot for bluegill, and have generally always done well catching them around cyprus trees on crickets. I know that when I was young we would fish around a pier on ponds and catch them as soon as you could get your hook back in the water. After reading some in the forum on the bluegill schooling, my question is when you start catching them around cyprus trees along the bank, should you stop moving down the tree line and just fish that area, or keep moving down the tree line? I have always fished down the tree line and fished the outer trees. Am I missing a lot of fish?