Fouz is correct. Many many variables to consider when determining the "Right" pond to put them in. Easier to tell you what not to put them in.
Avoid ponds with:
-more than like 50% vegetation coverage
-less than 3 to 4 ft average depth (usually the cause of overly abundant vegetation)
-very muddy water (caused by nuisance species or water quality issues)
-very clear water (>24 inches of visibility in the summer = low productivity)
The distance you plan to move them matters too; there might be some regulations to dance around if they're moving a long ways. You'd have to check with A&M's Extension fisheries specialists or TPWD biologists because I'm not up on Texas' rules.
Well.....roughly a decade or so ago I and my cohorts at the Texas Aquaculture Association got laws passed to make this legal. Prior to that it would be illegal to capture and transfer alive over the road, any largemouth bass, even from one ranch to another owned by the same person.
Recently we found that TPWD is interpreting this law such that it would now again be considered illegal to transfer alive, largemouth bass over public roads from one location to another.
There are two ways to handle this, ask for a permit and/or permission to do this from TPWD and take a chance on both spilling the beans of your intent and being denied, then watched to see that you don't do it. Or, just do it and if you get caught (highly unlikely) then plead ignorance and beg forgiveness.
Thirdly, if caught take the case to court, which is what needs to happen anyhow in order to define the situation for everybody.
We (the citizenry) work to have laws changed that make no sense and when we do so, the regulatory authorities refuse to recognize the change until forced to do so in court.
Very much a legal gray area right now.