What I am thinking is maybe going back to the basics, I think maybe getting a kisser will help maybe even lowering my poundage but I donít know the pros or cons of these 2 ideas
When things go wrong go back to the beginning. If you have an experienced shooter they might can help you with the basics and perhaps spot any issue.
identify and pick spot on target
it really isn't that hard and if done consistently arrows will go to the same place.
Poundage should be pretty easy really. I like one that I can sit on the floor and draw without sky drawing or any other gyrations or struggles to get to the anchor point location.
Practice with purpose. By that if any of the pre-release steps above does not feel right lower it down and back off for a little bit think about it and go through your routine again.
Do not worry bout how many arrows you shoot fewer is not necessarily a bad thing. Getting ready for season I often do not shoot more than 5 shots a day, but they all are the best shots I can make and if they go where intended I am done for that session. I might or might not shoot later that same day but if I do it is with the same attention to detail for each shot.
Once you develop YOUR routine it should not take long for a shot.
Very important do not forget to breath through the process, oxygenated blood helps the muscles draw, hold and follow through and when the oxygen level in the blood starts getting low vision is the first thing to be effected so there goes aiming.
Have gone through this many times with many people. Hope it helps a little.