Ok, this is how the story goes. I had an old Bell Boy 14' glass boat from the 60's, with trailer. It was in bad shape, but I used it to putt around on Martha Lake with a Min Kota. I also had a old Eveinrude 20 of the same era. It was in great shape and who ever had it, had tagged parts on the engine with part numbers, gear ratios, oil types, carb settings, etc. Probably a Mechanic or avid hobbist. Anyway, when I moved to these apartments, the landlord said, no recreational vehicles stored in the parking lot. Didn't know what to do and I was sitting around at school waiting for the kids to get out with several other weekend dads and got to telling this story about my boat. Turns out, one of the guys was in an old fiberglass boat club that rebuilt these boats. He had a friend who was looking to restore another. Boom, bang, they came and picked it up. Today I saw him again and he knew about my love of fly fishing. He said he had an old bamboo rod his dad had given him. He said he would never use it and gave it to me. His dad had picked it up in Japan right after the end of world war two. The handle is reversible from fly to spin. There are three different tips. Not sure about the order they go in for whatever type of fishing. It was in the box with what must have been an old type of drying agent. Anybody have a clue about this rod? Age, worth, what kind of line, reels that would match. I don't know dick about bamboo rods. Any help would be cool.