Use your regular waterstones to get your initial edge, then your fine ceramic in the field to frequently polish the razor edge back in. Little and often is the key, just a couple of strokes either side. This way you'll keep an almost constant razor edge, with less need for a big sharpening sessions.
I'm still trying to perfect my sharpening skills, I dont want to rely on jig's so I'm working on finding the right combo of stones and technique. I guess there is some variation with how everyone does it, but medioum waterstones and a fine ceramic are giving me good results at the moment.
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