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Shimano developed the Torium reel by borrowing from lessons learned from the development of their acclaimed Trinidad series of reels. Shimano Torium (non-levelwind) reels are durable, high-speed reels that cast well and have been designed for years of comfort and ease of use. Shimano Torium reels incorporate many of the features folks have been asking for - without the high price tag.
Shimano Torium Reel Features
- High Speed 6.2:1 Gear Ratio
- Super Stopper With Assist Stopper
- Die-Cast Aluminum Frame
- Precision "click" Star Drag
- Oversized Clicker Button For Ease Of Use
- Adjustable Handle Shank
By John Geyer
September 2, 2015
This is my second Torium and it catches big mean sea monsters .
Gulf Breeze, FL
Great Affordable Reels
January 29, 2015
We have a hand full of the Torium 30's. They are spooled with 80lb braid, and have a 25' top shot of mono. They are great reels for the money, plenty of stopping power, and the clicker is strong enough for freelining to blackfin tuna and king mackerel.
ConsFinish scratches easily
January 22, 2015
Awesome reel for bottom fishing. Smooth drag and pretty good max drag for under 200 dollars this is a great reel
By jose m. valdez
Afforable high quality reel !!
October 1, 2014
Excellent for Troll, just the right size !!!
ProsSmooth like silk !! Reliable. Wide application range(from dorado to marlin)
Great bottom fishing reel...
July 21, 2014
As an avid Shimano user, I do have a tendency to be bias during these reviews. Rest assured, I do speak my mind about a product either positive or negative. With this all said, this reel is hands down one of the best reels I have had the pleasure of using! I primarily use this reel for targeting deep water offshore bottom species. And always jig. This reel is light enough for me to be able to jig all day, every day during a 2 day offshore trip, without me needing Tylenol! Smooth drag and great gear ratio let's me rip my jigs through the water and boat a fish with ease in 300' plus! I have it matched with a Trevela F Butterfly Rod. If you are not a big fan of the lever drag reels fishing offshore, than this is the reel for you. I would recommend this reel to anyone that prefers star drags and fishes offshore.
ProsGreat price, smooth drag, light weight, versital, ability to fish deep water wreck/reef fishing
ConsWould like to see Shimano offer a larger power handle
May 28, 2014
I use a Torium 30 for deep dropping tilefish and seabass. The reel is perfect for this. I give this reel a 4 star because they are known for the internal gearing to lockup/break. I have owned 2 of these for the last 4-5 years and only one of them had this problem. I had to have a tackle shop replace the gearing. They told me that this happens sometimes to the Toriums. Besides that...the reel is perfect for what I want it to do.
ProsGood for the price
Conspossible gearing issues
South Afrika Gauteng
shimano torium 50
March 24, 2014
This is an great reel when targeting big fish as sharks and rays. It is a very big reel with a huge line captivity, complimented with dartanium drag washers. This gives you the pulling power to crank in that fish of a life time. It cast like a dream and give now problems with its heavy spool when casting. It has a slow gear ratio of 4.9:1 but is a great advantage when fishing huge strong fish.
Shimano Torium 50
September 11, 2012
initially excelent, time will be the test as to how it holds up.
Prosproven quality with a shimano product.
3 Questions & 3 Answers
from Australia asked:
July 18, 2014
What is the powerpro braid capacity of the Torum 30 and 50. Would be looking at 40 & 50 pound braid strengths?
For the Torium 50, 40#/490 yds, #50/440yds. For the Torium 30, #40/ about 325, #50/ about 290
on July 18, 2014
from Sweden Gothenbourg asked:
April 24, 2014
Just wondering about the ratio on this reel? order chart says 4.9:1 and specifications says 6.2:1
The Torium 50 has a 4.9:1 ratio. The Torium 30 is 6.2:1
on April 24, 2014
from Japan asked:
October 1, 2012
Can you ship this to Japan? I will pay visa card on line
We ship worldwide everyday.
on October 2, 2012