Depends on where the nest is located. If it's in a highly used public area, it is sometimes reported, so that the public area can be blocked off to help protect the eagles during nesting season.
Turkey Bay on Ky Lake usually has an eagle nesting on the point at the mouth of the bay - KDFWR blocks the point off from public access/atvs during nesting season.
Same goes for another nesting site just north of the mouth of Taylor Bay on Barkley - one usually nests there, and the perimeter around it gets blocked off during nesting season as well.
Many of the bays on Ky and Barkley that are blocked off as wildlife refuges usually contain eagle nesting sites as well.
Are you wanting to go see some eagles? I've seen a bunch this winter on Barkley Lake.