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‘Bachelor’ Ben Eliminates Two More Women After Fly Fishing Group Date

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Jan. 24 2012, Updated 6:00 a.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

Ben Flajnik eliminated two more women on Monday's edition of The Bachelor, as the 29-year-old winemaker continued searching for love while infighting between the ladies seemed to dominate the night’s program.  

Ben -- who gave Rachel and Jennifer roses following their respective dates -- took the ladies on a group outing in which they went fly fishing in Park City, Utah.

After model Courtney caught a fish, she sequestered the hunk saying, "I feel like, in many ways, I caught him today."

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Things didn't go as smooth for Samantha, who was sent home after grousing to Ben about a lack of attention.

"Just based on the track record, I'm thinking we should probably end this," Ben told the beauty.

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Things heated up a tad at a cocktail party prior to the rose ceremony between Courtney and Emily, prompting the beautiful Courtney to show her ugly side.

"I'm a nice person. Don't f**k with me,” Courtney said, before quoting Charlie Sheen to taunt Emily after she was given a rose --“Winning, I got a rose. You don’t!” (Emily later did get a rose.)

In the end, Lindzi, Jamie, Nicki, Kacie, Elyse, Blakeley and Casey all got roses at the ceremony, while Monica was sent packing.

The Bachelor returns with a trip to Puerto Rico next week on ABC Monday at 8/7c on ABC.

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