I felt in my other post my pool out shined my frog problem, so I decided to dedicate a post just to them. I have a swamp instead of a pool and with it, a frog problem. We started treating our swamp hoping to turn it back into a pool. In the process we have removed dozens upon dozens of tadpoles and frogs. Once we started putting chemicals in the pool the tadpoles died fairly quickly, along with a few small frogs. So far it seems we have removed all the dead ones. Now our problem with the live ones. Our backyard sounded like a jungle and I thought there were a million frogs out there croaking. We went night "fishing" for frogs with the kids and removed 23 frogs of various sizes, and one very large toad. We have no place to relocate them to (pond, creek, ect) so the kids started throwing them in the neighbors yard. Not going to help us a lot but they had fun. Next we got around to cutting the tree branches back, so they did not hang over the pool anymore. We had 3 days of quiet and no frogs in the pool. Then bam they are back swimming in our pool, and these buggers are quick, we have not been able to catch a single one. From what I can tell we had 3 or 4 last night and this morning I am pretty sure that number increased to 5 or 6. Anyone have any suggestion on how to get them out and keep them out?