How to Get Rid of Frogs. If you're out camping and you hear frogs calling, it can sound beautiful. When you're lying in bed night after night listening to them in your backyard, they can become a nuisance. They can damage fish ponds or take over bird baths. Follow these steps to get rid of the frogs in your yard for good.
Get rid of the frogs' food source. If you have a fly or mosquito problem, you will need to get that under control because it attracts the frogs. Try using fly traps or citronella.
Install netting along your fence. The netting should be finely screened and installed 6 inches under ground and 24 inches tall. If you do not have a fence, then install it independently.
Use a snake repellent because it has been found to repel frogs as well. Follow the instructions on it for getting rid of snakes. Apply it along the property line and over your yard and turf.
Remove any weeds from your yard, ponds or creeks. This is where the frogs hide and make their homes. They will seek shelter elsewhere, hopefully out of your yard.
Drain the body of water out of your yard. If the stubborn little frogs will not go away then you may need to just remove your koi pond, bird bath or any other body of water they're attracted to so you can get a good night's sleep.