there are so many really good broadheads in today shops I shoot a 100 gr thunderhead and have shot it for over 5 yrs and have harvested many different kinda of game and and Im happy to say never had to use more then one arrow on ea. hunt i have been on lol shot placment is everything
Which ever one you chose make sure you get a broadhead target and practice with them. You will most probably find you have to make some ajustments, especially out past 20 yards. You might even want to try a few well known brands to see what shoots best out of your bow even though it costs a bit.
I like 125 gr. for Elk.
When it come to turkey calls some of us have only one or two. Then there are the ones that have and can't go in the turkey woods without at least a dozen or so. Remember that old calls still work. Just take a little time and freshen up your old style calling tactics.There are most likely more than a hundred types of turkey calls out there on the market. Just waiting for you to pull out the green and spend it on them. From Hunter's Specialties, Lynch, and even the famous Drury brothers calls...