I don't know that I'd be all that interested in trying a whole bunch of bullets as there are some that are just tried and true for a given cartridge. Check some of the Hunting sites and you'll see the same bullet come up over and over in discussion when talking about hunting Elk. Get a box of one bullet based on your reading and work up the load for it. You can do a lot with powder and charge weight selection, often more than just changing bullets. Pick one that gives you the penetration and expansion needed for your animal and then tune the load so it goes where you want. FWIW, I believe the best powder out there for 30-06 hunting rounds is H-4350. Almost totally temperature insensitive and it performs as if it was made just for the 30-06. It even makes my old 03-A3 shoot sub MOA with 175 gr bullets.
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