Draw length is key info needed, as earlier stated. If you learn how to fletch your own arrows ( and you should, it is fun and easy), you could use a 1916 aluminum shaft, Easton xx75 alloy “ Tributes” for $3 each per shaft. Need a glue in insert for the front ( to screw in points or broadheads), and glue on nocks, plus three feathers/ fletching 4” long ( parabolic or shield cut ).
I shoot the 64” version of the Sage ( Journey). Started with 30lb limbs, then 35#, then 40#. I draw near 30”. The Sage/Journey is very forgiving for arrows. I have shot 1816, 1916, 2016, 500 Gamegetters, 3355 GoldTips on all those limbs, and they shoot pretty closely together. I love the 35# limbs. As long as that draw weight is legal we’re you hunt, you could cleanly take a deer with it. zwickey Eskimo or Eskilites 2-blade broadhead are low-cost and TOUGH ( about $15-16/ pack of 3). Lancaster archery is a great source for these items.
Keep your shots inside 20 yards ( 15 yards even better), and put the arrow right behind the shoulder.
Two great trad archery websites to check out : stickbow leatherwall, and tradgang