I personally stick to the cheapest Walmart 100gr fixed broadheads I can get as you will loose a few and that can get expensive at $30 for 3. You will need to match the arrow spine to your bow and draw / arrow length. And if you use a faster spin on the fletching the arrows do not tend to go as far if you miss and are in a field where you can actually look for them.
I know this might sound dumb to have to say but NEVER shoot up over your head, that arrow is going to come back down and even at an angle the wind can bring it back on to you.
My dad hunted Pheasants with a Recurve bow and had cedar Flu-Flu arrows. He also had arrows with some form of cup on the end that you filled with these 2" (guessing on length) darts. This aluminum "cup" had an angled fin that caught the air and forced the darts out like a shot pattern in theory. I never witnessed him shoot one so I have no idea how they worked.
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