"As someone who is currently researching and writing a history of the fiberglass fly rod, how could I not love your Eagle Claw Trailmaster? Travel or pack rods were around since the 1880s, but really only became popular with the advent of fiberglass. The South Bend Outdoorsman, Fenwick Voyageur, True Temper Traveller, Berkley Buccaneer, and the Abercrombie & Fitch Safari all fought with Eagle Claw for pack rod market share in the 1950s - 1980s. The Trailmaster was an eight piece set that could be configured into a spinning, casting, or fly rod. They were quite popular and came in a variety of models, and having fished one before, I can attest to the fact that their fishability is better than you might expect. Eagle Claw believed so strongly in their many Trailmaster models that they all came with a "lifetime guarantee" of repair or replacement. Vintage Trailmasters are still popular today, and yours would sell for $40-$50 in excellent condition (it appears, however, that you may be missing a section). To view a June 1969 two-page centerfold ad for Eagle Claw Trailmaster rods run in Field & Stream, click here."