This bark painting represents fishing scenes at Baniyala during the artist’s youth. It shows the Madarrpa Clan totem of the stingray Gurrtjpi and a dugout canoe with two men returning with a captured Dugong. While in the centre three men fish from an anchored canoe using hooks attached to bush string. This bark is part of a series of 80 paintings known as the Saltwater Project. The paintings were produced with the aim of educating others about the sacred stories and laws of the Indigenous Yolnu (people) of East Arnhem Land.