I have seen a lot of posts the last couple weeks about shot placement for hogs but not a lot on broadheads even though it was mentioned in a couple posts. I am going to Oklahoma next month for the first time and was wondering what the school of thought was on broadheads for pigs is, not necessarily everyone's personal preference. My first thought was a small sharp head with a heavy arrow for penetration. I talked to someone who lost 2 hogs due to a lack of a blood trail and he suggested the biggest nastiest head I could find to open them up. I've shot Exodus heads as well as Killzones and the Spitfire Doublecross last year so I don't have a problem going either way. I'll be shooting a 480ish gr arrow about 290-300 fps so I should be good for penetration either way. It is a high fence enclosure (not my first choice but it's an opportunity to go with my dad) so they can't go far but they have had a few that they didn't recover in time to salvage. Begin it's my first year with this crew, I don't want to be that guy. What are your thoughts.