Originally Posted by bighooligan
It stopped bubbling when I re racked it.
While its bubbling, the mead is saturated with CO2 - the greatest amount of CO2 possible is dissolved, and therefore any additional CO2 must be expelled as a gas.
When you rerack, you are degassing, letting out a lot of CO2, and thus the solution is no longer saturated, and any CO2 that is released by the yeast can be immediately dissolved in the solution, and thus no gas escapes! Give it a day, or more, and you'll see it saturate again, and a slow trickle of CO2 start to come out (unless by then you've reached the FG and the yeast are asleep).