Evolved Harvest Shotplot - 2-1/2 Lbs.

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ShotPlot Forage Attractant will pull in deer from far off. A blend of annual forage brassicas, including rape and turnip. Once these plants are mature, their leaves become a strong attractant due to a high sugar content. This mixture keeps deer on your land and provides the protein they're looking for in the fall - up to 38%. Average growth is an astounding 24" in 45 days, and devoured leaves are quickly replaced. Plant ShotPlot and maximize your chances of taking a trophy this fall. 2-1/2 lbs. plants 1/2 acre.


  • High in protein
  • Blend of annual forage brassicas
  • Sugar content attracts deer
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Positive Reviews:

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Used another one of their products last year and grew baseball plus size turnips without adding any fertilizer. NE Pa seems to be acidic soil and these turnips grew well just by running the tiller through the plots, that is why I both these for next year, can't wait for spring to start planting again, deer loved them as well, will have a late planting this year as well.
TrailSentry123 at Cabelas on 01/17/2012


I am new to planting food plot and so I purchased shot plot, not really knowing if it would grow or not. Well needless to say it will grow. i didnt even get a chance to fertilize the acreage yet and i already have unbelievable growth. I can only imagine what its gonna look like in a few weeks.
newyorkhunter1982 at Cabelas on 06/03/2012

It's growing!!!

If the deer start to eat it as well as it is growing, it should be a great fall. The seeds were easy to plant and germinated fast.
dcehoyt at Cabelas on 09/04/2012

Negative Reviews:


plan winter rye or oats have proven better for me
runninbear at Cabelas on 09/17/2012