Almost any bike will wheelie. A 150F is a little low on power, but definitely will do it. The trick is time rocking your weight back on the seat at the same time as releasing the clutch. No more than half throttle is really required when executed correctly. Don't yank up on the handle bars. Instead, start with slow rolling start, weight feet in pegs, lift your butt up off the seat 2 inches, apply throttle (1st gear), rock weight to back of seat like your trying to smash down rear suspension while simultaneously dumping clutch. Then (tricky part) as the front wheel starts to rise, keep on the throttle (many react by turning off throttle, but it's needed to rotate the rear wheel under you). As the front wheel approaches 45 degrees high, THEN roll off the gas and feel for balance point. If you hold on the gas...you'll be buying a new rear fender.
One last thing, make sure you are on solid traction, not sand, otherwise just spins rear tire.....although I don't recommend pavement. Just good firm dirt.