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.
Elk have been killed close to roads where they could be loaded whole into the bed of a pickup. But it doesn't happen often and I'm not sure that is the experience that I long for. The type of elk hunting that I prefer requires rigorous physical exertion that can cripple someone who is not in shape. Being a college hockey player I have to be in at least fair physical condition most of the year but when one of my buddies got back from the Navy Seals he changed the way I think about physical...