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Shimano Metanium MGL 150 B Casting Reel
Shimano Metanium MGL 150 B Casting Reel
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Completely redesigned by Shimano engineers, the all-new Shimano Metanium MGL 150 B Casting Reel is the most advanced Metanium ever produced. A premier tool no professional or avid angler should be without, it features the never-before-seen Magnesium CoreSolid Body, which delivers next-level durability, rigidity, and sensitivity in a weight-reducing package. In addition to the new body, the Metanium MGL 150 B makes casting lightweight baits further and easier a reality by integrating the MGLIII spool which reduces spool inertia 17% over the previous generation. Thanks in part to the SVS Infinity Braking, the newest Metanium also provides the ultimate in casting adjustability to accommodate a wide range of lures and techniques.

Boasting the MicroModule main gear similar to the previous generation, this time Shimano upgraded it with a solid brass construction for enhanced durability and smoothness that will last a lifetime. Coupling that ultra-smooth brass gearing with Shimano’s Silent Tune technology results in reduced spool bearing vibration to maximize casting distance and improve cast feel. If you’re looking to take your tournament game to a whole new level, pick up the Shimano Metanium MGL 150 B Casting Reel and smoke your competition with the pinnacle of performance in the palm of your hand.

Features:

-Magnesium CoreSolid Body 
-Brass MicroModule Gearing 
-Silent Tune 
-MGLIII Spool 
-CI4+ Star Drag 
-S A-RB Bearings 
-X-Ship 
-SVS Infinity Braking

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ModelRetrieveGear RatioWeightBearingsLine Cap. (Test/Yd.)StockPriceQty
METMGL150BRight6.2:16.310S A-RB + 1S A-RB 10/120, 12/110 In Stock: 5+$419.99
METMGL150HGBRight7.1:16.310S A-RB + 1S A-RB 10/120, 12/110 In Stock: 5+$419.99
METMGL150XGBRight8.1:16.510S A-RB + 1S A-RB 10/120, 12/110 02/10$419.99
METMGL151BLeft6.2:16.310S A-RB + 1S A-RB 10/120, 12/110 In Stock: 5+$419.99
METMGL151HGBLeft7.1:16.310S A-RB + 1S A-RB 10/120, 12/110 In Stock: 5+$419.99
METMGL151XGBLeft8.1:16.310BB + 1RB10/120, 12/110 01/30$419.99

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Customer Reviews

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Comments: Pound for pound this is Shimano's best reel to date what many here are failing to mention is the brass gearing, that will last you an angling life time. of course the micro module gearing makes for super liquid smooth retrieves. Very modern looking reel, great lines and curves... treat yourself. highly recommend

From: Dean: Henderson, NV 12/10/20

Comments: Been using Shimano for quite some time. Honed, I really can't tell the difference between this 400 dollar reel vs a 200 dollar Shimano as far as performance. It's still a smooth, great casting reel but nothing special

From: Billy: Fayetteville, AR 11/29/20

Comments: Best reel out there! Casting smoth and super far! I love it.

From: Michael yaj: Fresno, CA 11/12/20

Comments:I bought this reel to replace a Core 51 that was getting a little tired. The Metanium is longer casting and has a smoother retrieve. The cast control system lets you dial the reel in for any lure. The reel excels in casting lighter lures. I will be purchasing several more.

From: Frank: San Diego, CA 10/29/20

Comments:Top of the line reel here, you wont be disappointed. Its what you expect from Shimano, the very best.

From: Mike - Nashville, TN 10/18/20

Comments:Super smooth reel. I love my shimano gear.

From: Kenneth - Port Saint Lucie 10/11/20

Comments: Without a doubt, this is the smoothest casting reel I have ever had. I would not normally spend that kind of money on a reel, but decided to treat myself. I have other Shimano reels and several Lee's, but this one takes top place. A smooth cast and buttery retrieve make it a pleasure to use. And it is light and small enough to palm. If you can afford to purchase one, you won't regret it.

From: Maury: Yantis, TX 10/10/20

Comments:I have a 2016 Metanium and this new model is even better. I can't believe how far and how good this reel cast, almost impossible to backlash.

From: John - 10/4/20

Comments:Super light and smooth. Like butter. Casts a mile and has legit power. Highly recommend

From: Erik: Kilauea, HI 9/23/20

Comments: Held off on buying a bantam last year when I had heard about a new metanium and replacement for the curado 70, and im glad I did. Ive had this reel long enough to put some fish on it and really put it to the test. Simply put its an amazing reel that not only fishes great but looks great to. Ive been throwing mostly 1/16-1/8 shakey heads and mojo rigs with it. At first it seemed a bit temperamental using less then 3 brakes. Once you get a feel for it and have it dialed in the problems go away. The 1 piece frame makes it feel like solid like a metal framed reel. The position of the thumb bar makes it really easy to manage line. I don't have big hands so when I heard that it sits higher then other Shimanos I was worried I wouldn't like it. Once I got it and put it on a rod it was clear that the difference between the height of which it sits compared to other Shimanos is negligible. The frame itself is really narrow especially when compared to DC reels. Its casting distance is impressive even with 4 brakes on. Im not 100% sure why but the casting accuracy is impressive. My very first cast with it I was able to squeeze a palmetto bug under a bush hanging over the water. I saw the line jump and start to head into to deeper water, I reeled down, swung on, brought in my first fish and christened the reel... Yes, its an expensive reel but if your looking for a quality reel that is an absolute blast to fish take a hard look the 20 metanium.

From: Jeff B: 9/7/20

Comments:Bought this reel after reading a lot of positive reviews and after using the curado DC. This reel comes out of the box very stiff, but after you put in some work with it and catch a few fish it gets unbelievably smooth. The SVS infinity breaking system works very well, you just have to know how to properly set and adjust your breaks. Casts a country mile, even while casting baits that have a lot of air resistance such as buzzbaits. Have it spooled with 15lb seagaur red label fluro and will be testing out 40lb power pro soon on it. The price is high but if you like high end tackle you wont be disappointed.

From: Chris - Florida 8/27/20

Comments:Can't believe I paid this much for a reel but I did. My first Shimano reel. Very impressed with the quality and smoothness. I always stayed away from Shimano reels because of there heavy weight and low pound drags. I use this for a frog reel and was finicky about that 12lb drag. Well I was right. Drag sometimes slips on hard hook sets deep in the salad on big bass. I have it cranked all the way and seems to be ok.We'll see how it holds up in the near future. I have to remind myself this reel was made for the Japan market. Other wise it casts great and I love the big handle and knobs for cranking them lunker's out of the salad. Just wish the drag had more lbs for heavy hook sets on big fish in deep cover. 12lbs is hardly enough for that style of fishing.

From: Jason - Washington 8/19/20

Comments: Pulled the trigger on this reel surrounding all the hype. I paired it with a Shimano Jackall Poison Adrena 6'11" as a do it all setup. As far as performance, I am extremely impressed by this reel. It is glassy smooth, extremely quiet, refined, and casts effortlessly. I find Shimano's svs infinity braking system to be finicky at times when fishing on windy days, or switching out lures. However, with this new Met B, I was able to bomb skirted and bladed lures from 3/16 to 1/2 oz, (in the wind) with little brake adjustments. The line management on this reel is superb, and the braking system is more of a set and forget type. Noticeably less time wasted with backlashes and adjusting brake settings with the Met B. As far as ergonomics, the Met B is very compact. It is short and narrow at the same time. It feels like a very small round bait-caster that has the palm ability of a low profile bait-caster. However, it does sit higher on the rod compared to all my other Shimano reels. Sitting higher on the rod along with similar round reel ergonomics makes the Met B feel bigger than it actually is. Not a deal breaker, but definitely a negative for me. Both the Chronarch Mgl, and Curado 70 sit lower to the rod and (imo), are noticeably more comfortable to palm and fish with. Another thing I dislike about the Met B is the thumb bar. It doesn't wiggle, feel sticky, or anything. It just doesn't feel as responsive as a high end reel should. All that being said, I would still recommend the Met B because it out classes every other high end reel I own.

From: Vue: D.C. 7/24/20

Comments: Well I bought this reel as a replacement for my metanium DC after I sold because I found out about the issue it has with going geary and I had actually had to send it in 1/2 season in...wasn't covered by warranty btw. I ordered this reel on memorial day and got it Friday that week, which I was very excited for. The reason I got the new metanium is because of the new brass gears that should be better then the aluminum. Main problem with the last generation of metaniums is the aluminum mico gears with part of the mainshaft being cut out to save weight most likely flexes under heavy load leading to gear teeth being stripped. The metanium mgl B does cast further then the metanium DC andis way smoother. The drag is so-so for the most part you do have to wretch it down more then usual. Unfortunately with my Metanium Mgl B, I got a dud with a bad set of gears that I quickly noticed a day after use. Another issue I have with my reel is the frame paint job has some imperfections that you can feel, maybe I'm being picky but then again I paid $400+ for a reel so I should expect it not have a imperfection in the piant job. I did send it back to shimano with over a month of use due the geary noise and feely getting really bad, so far they have covered the gear is issue. I am still trying to see I can get a new frame.might be pushing it but I paid $400+ for reel. Also the side plate B of the reel, with the SVS Infinity brakes, has a bad issue with any sand and/or grain that gets in will scratches the part between the sideplate and the frame...so just be prepared for that to happen. I know that I have been negative about the reel for the most part, but the reel definitely worth the price better then any thing else on the market. Problems with high end reels like the metanium are very uncommon so don't be worried. I got unlucky but things happen that's life. I would say the reel is basically perfect without the issues I had experienced.

From: Connor: Michigan 7/24/20

Comments: Alright after some months of use here is the verdict.
Pros:
Easy casting no backlash often
Easy tuning
Cast smooth like butter honey sweet jesus
Ergonomically friendly
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Smooth drag.
Cosmetically elegant
Light weight
Cons:
Don't cast well with lots of line spool on
Narrow spool means deeper spool = line dont overlay well thus line tends to dig in especially braid.
Not braid friendly
Cast better with less line but then run to situation of low inch per turn.
Drag is a bit underpower for a solid reel. Can use more aggresive drag power.
Overall great reel for the money. If a shallower spool exist it will be nicer so you wont have to deal with low IPT when the spool is casted out and low capacity.

From: Unknown: Saint Paul, MN 7/19/20

Comments: I bought this reel early June after it was back in stock. The reel was amazing during the first few fishing trips - cast a mile, hard to get a bird nest, and the the drag was creamy smooth. Unfortunately, it changed in less than a month - the drag started to give me "geary feelings". You can feel the gears bite on each other and small vibration when you turn the handle and it was really annoying. The same issue also happened to my Metanium DC. I did a lot of research online and it seems many other ppl have the same issue. I tried to dissemble the drag and put more Shimano grease to each parts and the reel felt smooth again. However, after another two fishing trips the same noise is coming back. I think this is a problem with the slim design and you can't get away with it. I will keep the reel but I am unlikely to buy another one.

From: Yousuo: Fairfax 7/13/20

Comments: Ok, so I initially picked up this reel back in late April, and was pretty unhappy with it so I returned it. However, after continuously seeing extremely positive reviews, I decided to give it another try. And. Oh. My. Goodness... This thing is insane. Took it out today and after dialing it in, it performed great on the 10 or so fish it dealt with, up to 3lbs. I then slapped on one of the berkley line counters and tossed out a 3/8oz swim jig on a 7'3 MH Poison Adrena and 50lb 832. On average, I got about 150ft on each cast with that setup (this will definitely go up over time). All the tolerances are very tight and everything is butter smooth and quiet. A couple things I should note on how I set it up. The manual says to put a drop of oil on the bearing and the brake collar every month or 5 times out, so I oiled both before taking it out right away. As far as settings, I started at a 3 brakes on, 1 off, and the dial at 2 or 3. The spool tension is a little tricky for me to adjust as this is the first reel I've ever fished with silent tune (for those unfamiliar, this is a spring between the spool and spool bearing to keep the spool from wiggling around too much), and even at the lightest spool tension there is hardly any side to side knock on the spool and I generally set my tension to just minimizing that play.

From: Derek: Minnesota 5/27/20

Comments:I'll make this short & sweet. I've most of Shimanos reels out past decade .. this one is my favorite .. has the silky smooth feeling of the chronarch MGL .. but has the stud looks of the bantam, love that they put a brass main gear in this one. Will last a life time. Typical shimano quality in Casting distance & retrieve .. home run Shimano .

From:Dean: Las Vegas 5/11/20

Comments:If you don't know how to properly dial in the brakes, stick to the DC and other reels with dials on the side plate reels like the guy below. This reel is out cast any other reel but you have to understand how centrifugal breaks work. Not the reel for everybody.

From: Jim: New York 5/13/20

Comments:The performance is as good or better compared to the 16 Metanium.It feels smoother which I'm guessing is due to the brass gearing.Personally, I like the way the 16 palms better.I have what I'd consider average size hands and the B is too small.

From:MC: 5/7/20

Comments: Yet another shimano home run .. I can't remember the last time they came out with a bad reel .. they just keep getting better and better and this one should not disappoint you . It honestly feels just like my chronarch MGL on the cast and retrieve . Silky smooth .. of course this one has some nicer upgrades - love that they put a brass gear in - will last you your lifetime . And the line guide is set closer to the spool - shimano listens to its fans . I'm a huge fan of the bantam mgl .. for me this is the upgraded version only with chronarch MGL silky smooth class .. ( make sense ? Ha ) .. Highly recommend the new mentanium.. have my paired up with a Dobyns Xtasy .. talk about visual eye candy . Wow. .. it's early but I've yet to find or feel a flaw . Price point is correct .

From: Dean: Las Vegas 5/4/20

Comments:Wow, super impressed! This is my first Metanium, won't be my last. Great profile, very compact and virtually no way for the line guide to pinch finger when resting on front. Spooled with 12lb mono, bombs 3/8oz, does awesome with 1/4oz, no complaints on distance, accuracy, or spool control. Doesn't get much, if any better than this. Worth the price.

From: Leonard: 4/22/20

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