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Consistent right-hand reef break that is more likely to be breaking than anywhere.it's draw-back is wind; any wind will destroy it so early morning off-shores or glass are to go. When on it is a very long right-hander. Currents are common, and it is often too big to ride. An intimidating, remote spot to surf and hard to get to overland. Pantai Pisin itself can have a worthy wave on small days with no wind, and Senutuk Bay, about 5km east of Sejorong, has a right hand reef point that is hard to get to, but can be a rewarding adventure on northwest winds. Beyond here, the roads fizzle out making overland surf exploration very hard
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