Gone Fishing RV Resort Proudly Announces Grand Opening Under New Ownership

Sherwood Shores, TX (Gordonville) - After months of anticipation, Gone Fishing RV Resort is thrilled to announce its grand reopening under new American ownership. Situated in the heart of Sherwood Shores, Texas, this beloved RV park welcomes back returning guests and extends a warm invitation to newcomers seeking a picturesque getaway in Western Texomaland.

GREAT NEWS! Grand Opening!

You Can Return, or become a new guest, to this lovely, shade-covered, time-honored, favorite RV park. Following a change in ownership in June 2023, Gone Fishing RV Resort has undergone a remarkable transformation, promising visitors an unparalleled experience amidst serene surroundings and top-notch amenities.

"We're delighted to unveil the new and improved Gone Fishing RV Resort," says Dwain and Shannon Sheihing, the enthusiastic new owners. "Our vision is to create a haven where guests can relax, unwind, and create lasting memories with their loved ones."

Gone Fishing offers the best guest-centered services and amenities in all of Western Texomaland on the brand new Willis Bridge that the Gone Fishing RV Resort has not seen in years. This park is close to all the Western Texomaland attractions:

  •       34 meticulously maintained RV sites with full hookups & picnic tables
  •       A charming 2-bedroom, 1-bath apartment available for Airbnb rental
  •       Expansive shaded areas adorned with majestic post oak trees
  •       Flexible entry and exit policies with no time restrictions
  •       Convenient proximity to local towns, Madill, OK, & Whitesboro TX
  •       Boat ramps all within 7 miles
  •       Complementary boat ramp daily passes available at park office
  •       3 Marinas all within 7 miles
  •       Fobb Bottom Oklahoma WMA:  7 miles northwest
  •       Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge: 17 miles southeast
  •       Parks & beaches
  •       Megastar Casino: 2 miles north
  •       Chickasaw Travel Center: Beer & wine sales: 2 miles north
  •       Sea-Doo Spark & Sea-Doo Trixx Rentals
  •       Fishing kayak rentals (more PWC & boat rentals coming soon).
  •       Beautiful & newly renovated showers and bathrooms, ensuring comfort and convenience for guests.
  •       Pet-Friendly accommodations, welcoming furry companions with open arms
  •       Laundry: Open to RV Park guests & public
  •       Propane & fresh ice sales
  •       A curated selection of “Made in Texas” food products (growing inventory)
  •       Fresh laid eggs: $3.00

The Sheihing’s Story

Dwain and Shannon Sheihing moved to our beautiful and bountiful Lake Texoma from their farm on the outskirts of Austin because Austin is a crowded mess these days. Plus, they wanted to remain in Texas. The couple was like ships passing in the night due to their hectic work schedules and farm chores.

The Sheihings wanted a place where they could work and live together. They chose to buy the almost empty Gone Fishing RV Resort for that purpose. This RV park had witnessed unprofessional management for approximately the last three years, after filling up its RV sites for most of its history.

Dwain and Shannon are committed to further enhancing the resort with additional landscaping, additional rental services, and an expanded inventory of Texas-made goods. Bring your dogs.

The Sheihings came from farming stock, and they plan to continue their heritage and their love for Texas right here in Texomaland. The Sheihings have invested much love into their park’s property.

Guests can expect a warm Texomaland welcome and a rejuvenating escape. They have remodeled the park’s existing structures into beautiful laundry and shower facilities and added services like watersports rentals and an apartment.

Dwain and Shannon want to do so much more. They are not done yet!

Contact: Dwain or Shannon Sheihing

Owners: Gone Fishing RV Resort


730 Oxford Drive, Gordonville, Texas,

Off of Hwy. 377, 1/2 mile north of the Willis Bridge

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GOOD. Water normal stain; 67 degrees; 2.82 feet above pool. Striped bass fishing is excellent on live shad and topwaters. Anchoring on deep river ledges and flats in 60-80 feet of water fishing suspended around 40 feet catching quality and quantity on live shad. Top waters early along rocky banks where shad are still spawning. Catfishing is good using cut shad and prepared baits along the rocks in 20-40 feet of water. Free line dead shad or fish vertically along the rocks. Bass are fair using top waters early along the bluffs and on long points. Water temps in the mid 70s look for fish under docks and tires near marinas. Clear water is along the southern end of the lake. Crappie are fair using jigs fishing structure using electronics to locate active fish in 12-18 feet of water. Clear water is from TI point to the Dam and in the little mineral arm of the lake. Report by Jacob Orr, Guaranteed Guide Service Lake Texoma. Stripers are good, catching the better fish starting with topwaters early, then switching to swim baits in 10-20 feet of water to get smaller fish. Water is starting to clear up from the recent rains on most of the lake. The lake has dropped 3 feet over the last week, and should return to normal, if it does not rain too much later this week. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors.

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