I was curious if anyone else has or has had the same problem I am having. We moved into the house last year (forclosed HUD home) and the pool was a swamp and home to many bullfrogs. Before the liner was replaced, to the joy of my daughter, I scooped out all the bullfrogs after the water was drained. On top of the bullfrogs, the pool was a breeding ground for gray tree frogs as well. When the pool was built, the concrete was poured too soon as the ground hadn't settled yet, so there is a little bit of lifting of the concrete in some spots. This makes a nice little crevice for the frogs to live in. The first week of opening the pool, there were frogs all over the place on the solar cover at night. I scooped as many as I could each night and took them down the street to a creek. Took about a week but I got all of them.
Last night I went out to put the cover on, and sure enough, I had 2 frogs back. One was actually swimming in the pool! Now, I'm all for protecting wildlife, and I don't want to harm the frogs, but I don't want to swim with them at night either. Does anyone know a solution to keeping them out of the pool?