This documentary film is focused on a traditional Fijian fishing method called "vono". In modern Fiji, this method is only practiced in the Lau Group on the island of Lakeba. Like all inshore fishing traditionally done in Fiji, this complex net fishing method is organized and run entirely by women. This film follows an elder fisher woman and her successors during a rare cultural event that has changed little since it originated. The research documented in this film was supported by a grant from the National Geographic Society.