Chris jenney wrote a review of Umpqua Craven's Dirty Hippy - 4-Pack on April 21, 2014
Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love this streamer, especially in the spring. You always hear about Fall Streamer Fishing, and dont get me wrong, it is great, but don't forget about spring. The majority of the rivers around me here in Utah are great brown trout fisheries. Browns spawn in the fall and come May/June those eggs have hatched and fry (baby trout) are everywhere. Pair this with some high water due to runoff and baby browns are easy pickings for the bigger meat eating trout. The dirty hippie is a great imitation of these little fish and the pattern really gets those big fish in an eating mood.
There is a conehead buried in the hair, so there is enough weight to fish these on a floating line, though I prefer to fish streamers on a 150-200 grain sink line... if the water level/river permits.