Shimano CH150HGG Chronarch G Baitcasting Reel

Shimano CH150HGG Chronarch G Baitcasting Reel

Price: $289.99
Model
TD Code
Inches Per CrankGear RatioMono Line Capacity
(lb test/yds)
PowerPro Line Capacity
(lb test/yds)
Max Drag (lb)Ball BearingsWeight
(oz)
Price
CH150HGG
SHM-3369
307.1:110/120
12/110
14/90
20/150
30/135
40/105
118+16.5$289.99 USD
Shimano Chronarch G Baitcasting Reels are made with advanced technology and offer top performance for saltwater anglers. It's made with Shimano's MicroModule gearing for more efficient gear train and smoother feel. Perfect for light inshore fishing, especially wade fishing. Great for speckled trout, redfish, and flounder species.
5 Stars based on 8 reviews
By Justin
MS
Perfection
July 8, 2021
I can’t say enough about how great this reel is. While I love the Curados and Scorpions, IMO this thing just outperforms them.
Pros
  • Quality build
  • Very smooth retrieve
  • Exceptional casting distance
  • Fair priced.
By Kenny L.
Upper TX Coast
One of My Favorite Reels !
October 17, 2020
My 151 is the reel on my go-to rig for throwing super-light 1/8oz and 1/16oz crab and shrimp imitation lures when i'm chasing after Reds or Flounder. Being so small, it's super lightweight, and it just disappears into the palm of my hand And, with a retrieve that is like spinning glass, it's effortless to cast all morning long.
By Brian
Palacios, Texas
Awesome reel
May 4, 2020
Have been using Chronarch's for the past 10 years and the CH 150 is as smooth and easy casting as a reel can get. Is worth the extra $$ to go a notch up from the other Shimano reels. But these are great reels too!
Pros
  • Smooth casting, if set properly essentially no way to backlash
Cons
  • none really
By Steve
Edinburg , tx
Wade fisherman’s dream
March 5, 2020
Great reel and build. Nice tolerances and performances and won’t dissolve like the magnesium framed reels. Smooth drag and ergonomics are perfect, disappears in the hand
Pros
  • Light made for saltwater
Cons
  • None
By Jackson
Austin
Excellent Reel
December 15, 2019
I use it for for plastics with a 1/8 to 1/4 jig head. Casts well and handles fish well. Best iteration of the Chronarch since the 100B.
By Dean
Pequea, PA
Easy casting
June 3, 2019
I have fished spinning tackle almost exclusively. I wanted to give baitcasters a try, and wanted something to stand up to saltwater. This is it. Smooth drag and casts easily.
Pros
  • Quality reel.
  • Smooth drag
  • Easy casting
Cons
  • None
By william
New Jersey
Shimano always made good freshwater gear
April 4, 2019

Way back 30 years ago plus and when I was younger my family lived a considerable amount further away from my fathers boat in Atlantic Highlands than i do today, so freshwater fishing was my main way of fishing, and my shimano was my go to company. Still have some of my old reels in the garage that still work smooth till this day that are older than my son and daughter.

By Glen
Oakland, CA
Great inshore reel
February 16, 2018
Holding up good so far for inshore fishing.
2 Questions & 2 Answers
Dan
from Fort Worth TX asked:
June 23, 2022
I need a saltwater baitcast reel for the surf. I wash all my gear thoroughly after each outing, and am consistently aware of the need to avoid dunking my reel, but it seems inevitable...someday it's gonna get dunked. Will this reel survive it?
1 Answer
Hi Dan, With how corrosive saltwater can be, no reel is completely safe from being seized up especially with baitcasters since they have so many moving parts. We don't recommend using a baitcaster in the surf and would recommend a conventional reel such as a Squall II 12 star drag reel ( https://www.tackledirect.com/penn-squall-ii-star-drag-reels.html ). If you are dead set on using a baitcaster in the surf, we recommend the Shimano Tranx 200 as they are designed for saltwater use in either the 150 size ( https://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-tranx-150-baitcasting-reels.html ), or 200 size ( https://www.tackledirect.com/shimano-tranx-baitcasting-reels-300-400.html ). Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with!
Submitted by: Huy - TackleDirect Customer Service on June 27, 2022

Dante Vitale
from New Jersey asked:
November 25, 2021
Is this left hand or right?


1 Answer
Hi Dante, The Shimano CH150HGG Chronarch G Baitcasting Reel is a Right Hand retrieve model. Please let us know if theres anything else we can assist you with. Tight Lines.
Submitted by: Brendan - TackleDirect Customer Service on November 29, 2021

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