My point on distance is 44 meters with a 32# recurve, 27" draw length, and skinny, full length carbon arrows, the tips of which extend roughly 1 1/2" in front of my riser. At my usual shooting distance of 20-25 yds, the gap is so large that I see the tip of the arrow about 3 feet below the bullseye, which is not very helpful. I anchor split-finger, middle finger to corner-of-mouth. Have tried a higher anchor point, as well as 3-under, but neither is as comfortable or consistent for me. Is there some change I might make to my arrows so as to significantly decrease my point on distance and thereby decrease gap size at close distances? Thanks.