The East Fork of the Cimarron is a fun little creek and when the flows are right, is a great place to learn and enjoy fly fishing.  If the flows are off due to rains or runoff, it’s a tough fishery with very little fishable water.  However, as the flows drop, it’s an excellent place to throw dry dropper rigs or small streamers for eager trout.  These fish are wild and pure and a total joy to catch.  Fish the likely holding water as it’s a small creek, but it isn’t hard to see where the fish are likely holding.  This river provides solitude the  further up you hike and if you make the journey to fish the upper cimarron, fish the east fork, main fork and west fork.  They are all a blast and have some uniqueness to each fishery.