Whitetail...eastman outfitters EXP 100 (I found out that you have to shoot em lengthwise or youll get a pass through
wild hogs...NAP thunderhead 100 (also got a pass through and actually stuck in solid rock, the arrow piled up at the insert and broke, I s*** you not)
black bear...havent been yet, going this fall for the first time and Im taking G5 carbon montecs
Certain situations require certain gear, but I would say that If I had to pick one broad head to hunt all of the above with it would be the Eastman Outfitters EXP 100 (2 blade) Its just that when you go hunting with an outfitter, most of them require fixed blade broadheads thats why I have such a diverse inventory.
The story behind shooting them lengthwise was a quartering away shot (bad decision) that I fouled up big time. I hit the left hind quarter. Discusted with myself and knowing I made a bad decision and a worse shot I left the buck overnight. When I found him he was only 40 yards away from where I shot him, stiff as a board (like hed been laying dead all night) and when I dressed him out I found the arrow. It had completely disappeared into the hind quarter pushing the broadhead clear up into the chest cavity. Killing him within seconds of the shot. I dont know if I owe that to a "12 yard, eye level, with a 73 lb bow" shot or if I owe it to the broadhead but its got my vote. I havent lost one yet that Ive shot with an Eastman. In fact that was the only deer I shot that the arrow hasnt completely passed through.
treat every situation like a dog. If you cant eat it or hump it just piss on it and walk away