I’ve been getting off and on stray current in my pool for a few months now that I’m aware of. Just moved in earlier this year. I was all but positive it was a bonding issue until yesterday. Whenever my light was connected to the ground wire there was always current near the light. So when I disconnected it the current was gone. But then I started checking other parts of the pool and I was getting current at different times of the day. So for peace of mind I ran a whole new line from the main panel to my sub panel, installed new gfci breakers as there weren’t any previously, and ran a new line to the light. To much dismay I got the same results. Immediate voltage in the water when I connected the light ground wire and went away when I disconnected. So could there be a hot neutral coming into the main bus that could be sending current to all my grounds but it’s only noticeable in the water? Also could a hot ground going to the pump cause current in the water only sometimes? It has nothing to do on whether the pump is running or not. I’m going to test it today and when I detect current in the water I’m going to try disconnecting all of the equipment and see if it goes away. Forgot to mention that previously I had turned off all the breakers and was still getting current but I hadn’t tried disconnecting the equipment all together yet except for the light.