New to beekeeping. A friend came to me with a problem he has. He recently converted his swimming pool to a salt water filter from a regular chlorinated swimming pool to the new salt water conversion. His pool is now being inundated with honey bees by the hundreds. They are not swarming, they're just bees drinking water and getting into the pool and causing chaos with his kids. He wanted advice on how to get rid of the bees without killing them. I suggested placing a water fountain in the back corner of his property that had chlorine in it, trying to attract bees away from the pool but I also explained to him that his swimming pool is a huge attractant to these bees because of the smell and the open wind blowing it and that it was going to be very hard to draw the bees away from it. Has anyone else had this problem with a salt water pool that is giving off this particular smell that honeybees love and what did they do to remedy it? Any ideas would be appreciated.