I was at the tooth last weekend and pretty good. I was fishing from shore on the southern part on the west side shore line, about 300yards south of the first boat ramp. I got most of the walleyes off worms with a slip bobber. They were about 10ft deep. I had the best luck after dark, using a lighted bobber. Using a plan hook, and some with a worm threader. Didn't matter how the worm was. One thing you will learn quickly, is they are very touchy, give them time to take the bobber down, before you give them holy hell. I have been fishing the tooth in the middle of may for the last couple years, and it should be awesome this weekend.
I also got a couple smally's off a pather martin and kastmaster( was going for crusing trout, but none)